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John Jeston
Director, Management by Process

John Jeston has a background as a business executive with over 30 years’ experience across several industries. His major strengths are in process management, improvement and innovation; project management; outsourcing, vendor selection, negotiation and management, business case development; financial and insurance systems. John is a senior business manager with a highly successful track record improving organisations and performance. He has advised at the most senior levels of organisations (CEO, COO, CIO, and business heads) on their most challenging business issues. John has demonstrated an ability in assisting to effect significant and lasting change in business and organisations.

John has completed these activities throughout Australia, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Mexico, southern Africa, Europe and SE Asia. He is a Master Project Director. John has had roles as a CIO, HR Director, Business Unit Manager, Partner in consultancy and has managed multi-million dollar projects within large companies, institutions and government bodies. John has also acted as a business coach and mentor to staff and CEO’s.


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How to Start a BPM program - This has Changed Significantly over the Last Several Years and is much better placed to Ensure Success

If an organization has decided that they should be transforming itself towards providing a more efficient and effective service to its customers, while reducing costs, then having a business process focus is essential. They believe that if they start the transformation slowly and incrementally that they will build skills and momentum within an organization.

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How to Start a BPM program - This has Changed Significantly over the Last Several Years and is much better placed to Ensure Success

If an organization has decided that they should be transforming itself towards providing a more efficient and effective service to its customers, while reducing costs, then having a business process focus is essential. They believe that if they start the transformation slowly and incrementally that they will build skills and momentum within an organization.

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