The Process Improvement Certification Workshop, developed by Alan Brache, shows managers how to redesign cross-functional processes so employees can achieve stronger results with less effort. This makes success less dependent on a few overachievers, who, by the way, are more likely to stick around when senseless barriers are removed from their work.

Alan Brache

Alan Brache

Alan P. Brache helped develop the world-class performance improvement methodology taught in the Process Improvement Certification Workshop. His work and research on how to map, analyze, and improve processes is provided to our training attendees via Rummler-Brache's ePIP cloud software (see free steps and tools).

Alan is co-founder of The Rummler-Brache Group and co-author of Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space on the Organization Chart. He has also authored two additional books including Implementation: How to Transform Strategic Initiatives into Blockbuster Results and How Organizations Work: Taking a Holistic Approach to Enterprise Health. His consulting, training, and writing has focused on resolving critical issues through the identification, documentation, analysis, design, measurement, and continuous improvement of business processes. Much of his recent work has been in the areas of using process improvement and management as a tool for strategy implementation; designing measurement systems; installing infrastructures for continuous improvement; and linking BPM to other efforts.

Prior to joining The Rummler-Brache Group, he spent nine years with Kepner-Tregoe in a number of positions including vice president of product development and technical director of the strategy group.

Alan has worked with companies in sixteen countries.

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