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MICPA to Provide Education about Business Process Mapping

by MICPA | Jan 03, 2018   ()

Training to Focus on Improving Business Process in CPA Firms 

The Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants is hosting an educational seminar to help companies understand the importance of process mapping, and how to do it.

Business Process Mapping to Achieve Organizational Goals is scheduled for Jan. 24 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Michigan State University Management Education Center, 811. W. Square Lake Road, Troy. The program will guide attendees through analyzing the way an organization operates and assist with identifying opportunities to make improvements.

Joan Pastor, an expert in organizational change, will deliver the keynote. The president of JPA International Inc., Pastor is only one of five people in the world licensed as an industrial organizational and clinical psychologist. She is known to lead dynamic discussions that help attendees understand how to streamline business processes. Pastor will focus on developing leadership skills to analyze, understand and improve how an organization conducts business. 

“Business process mapping can benefit organizations to influence positive change,” Pastor said. “More than just using diagrams and work-flow charts, the training will provide change-analysis tools, which are a key component for progress.”

Registration is $429 for MICPA members and $579 for non-members and available by visiting micpa.org.

Source: MICPA
Source: MICPA

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