9:00 am – 12:00 pm |
| Room: Grand Oaks AB
9:00 am – 12:00 pm | Pre-Conference Tutorial | Room: Grand Oaks AB
Intelligent Automation Assessment
In this workshop we will work with the participants on how to apply the framework of Intelligent Automation into their own organizations.
The IA framework classifies different forms of automation technology into relatable Automation Skills. We will learn the audience how to ulize this framework in the following levels.
- L1: Setting the direction of your initiative
- L2: Organizational fit , process assement, maturity, technology, people and skillsets
- L3 : Foundational elements - Business Applications, Information, Security, Governance
The Intelligent Automation technology is grouped accroding to Rule Based Automation, Dialogue based automation, Analytical automation and Cognitive Automation. Using a process assessment approach the participants will work in groups in order to evalate the process area, look at foundational requirements, identify relevant technologies for automation and look at the impact on the people and talent working in this area.
- Practical application of Intelligent Automation
- Automation Assessment for processes
- Talent and Workforce Impact
Tom Einar Nyberg
Head of Digital Operations
Tom Einar Nyberg is the Head of Digital Operations in KPMG. This service area focuses on how Digital Processes, Automation, Robotics & Artificial Intelligence and Analytics is coming together with BPM to implement Digital Operations. Tom has been working in this area since 2006 and has been through multiple organizational digital transformations. He has experience from a wide variety of sectors: Banking, Transportation, Shipping, Oil & Gas, Public, Aviation and Telecom. Projects span across: Robotics & Digital Process Automation, Process design and Lean improvement, Performance management, BPM/Automation Center of Excellence, Corporate management systems, Governance and Strategic alignment.
Tom's 2018 Presentations:
- Intelligent Automation Assessment
Monday, November 5, 2018 (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)