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January 2015: The University of Wisconsin eBusiness Consortium (UWEBC) is collaborating with FCB Partners to offer a Master Class on Business Process Management. This regional program provides upper Midwest companies insight into best practices in operational excellence, customer experience, and change management in a small group, interactive format.

Senior business, IT, and process managers will attend six, full-day sessions, each highlighting a single leadership challenge associated with the overall business imperative 'faster, cheaper, better'. Participants will learn how to:...

December 2017: Next spring, FCB's Steve Stanton will once again teach an online business course at Tecnológico de Monterrey, known as the 'MIT of Latin America'. Over the past several years, staff and faculty from Monterry Tec have attended FCB courses and used process management methods to improve internal operations. This new course brings process management skills to a wider audience.

According to Juan C. Enrríquez, Tec's Vice Rector for Online Programs: "Tecnológico de Monterrey is always innovating and searching for new ways to enhance our students' learning experience. In 2014...

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October 2014: FCB Partners is hosting a conference on Quality at Morningstar. The format, a roundtable, is open to FCB Community members, this 3-day, best-practice sharing event will be jointly hosted by Morningstar and Sloan Valve, a privately owned plumbing fixtures manufacturer.

You're invited to join fellow process innovators, transformational leaders, and change agents at all or any one of the FCB Community's three, consecutive rountable meetings, all centered on Operational Excellence to Sustaining Process Thinking.

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July 3, 2014:

Led by a roster of guest speakers and seasoned FCB Community Research Advisors Brad Power and Steve Stanton, this series of content-rich webinars presents pragmatic discussions on a wide range of issues related to process management, measurement, and innovation—delivered by the people who are doing the work. 

There is...