Derek Miers

Principal Analyst serving Enterprise Architecture PROFESSIONALS

Derek serves Enterprise Architecture Professionals. He is an internationally recognized expert in business process management (BPM) and organizational transformation. He has worked in this area for more than 20 years, dealing with major brands, governmental organizations, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs). Derek's research focuses on the methods, approaches, frameworks, tools, techniques, and technologies of business architecture; BPM; business process improvement; business transformation; and organizational change. He places special emphasis on an outcome-based, customer-focused approach.

Previous Work Experience

Derek is a well-known keynote speaker and chair of major EA conferences. As co-chair of BPMI.org, he helped merge the organization with the Object Management Group (OMG).

Education

Derek completed the Early Growth Program at London Business School.

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  • Nate Elliott
  • Past 6 months
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Mix Art And Science For Marketing Success

    Vision: The Marketing Mix Optimization Playbook

    In the age of the customer, people have access to more media and information channels than ever before— and marketers are struggling to allocate budget effectively across channels and properly...

    • Downloads: 1115
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Brief: Stop Measuring Social Engagement

    Measure Facebook And Twitter Marketing Based On Business Outcomes Rather Than Audience Interactions

    Measuring social marketing is hard, and tracking engagement data doesn't make that task any easier. In fact, even Facebook itself now admits that engagement doesn't prove success. Marketing leaders...

    • Downloads: 295
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The POST Process Drives Social Success

    Strategic Plan: The Social Marketing Playbook

    Ten years into the social marketing boom, many executives are still going about social strategy backward: picking technologies such as Facebook or Twitter first instead of focusing on what they want...

    • Downloads: 4463
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Master The Next Wave Of Social

    Executive Overview: The Social Marketing Playbook

    For the marketing leader, social media offers both a huge opportunity and daunting challenge. You know you can reach and engage your customers on social channels, but the environment is foreign...

    • Downloads: 2105
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Predictions 2015: Social Media Grows Up

    A Stable Social Landscape Will Foster Marketing, Customer Insights, And Sales Success

    Social media will experience evolution rather than revolution in 2015. Privacy issues will get people's attention but won't scare anyone away from social sites. In fact, people will grow more willing...

    • Downloads: 457
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Integrate Social Into Your Marketing RaDaR

    Vision: The Social Marketing Playbook

    Nearly every marketer uses social media today, but too few use it well. Most marketing leaders treat social as something special and unique, leading them to either separate it completely from the...

    • Downloads: 2101
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Use Social Data To Improve Your Social Marketing Maturity

    Continuous Improvement: The Social Marketing Playbook

    A brand's data capabilities, which include the ability to use customer insights (CI) to inform social and nonsocial marketing programs, are key to advancing social marketing maturity. But few...

    • Downloads: 186
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Social Relationship Strategies That Work

    How To Succeed In Social As Organic Reach Falls Toward Zero

    Marketing leaders use social networks like Facebook and Twitter to build stronger customer relationships. But few people see companies' social posts, and even fewer engage with those posts. The...

    • Downloads: 606
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Pinterest Is Not Ready For Prime Time

    Its Enormous Potential Demands Richer Ad Targeting

    Pinterest attracts more users than you think — and that audience loves to interact with and talk about brands as well as shop online. But only about half of top brands have created Pinterest...

    • Downloads: 123
  • For Security & Risk Professionals

    Report:Predictions 2015: Brand Protection And Crisis Preparation Will Mitigate Social Risk

    The Security And Risk Management Professional's Social "To-Do" List

    Social media will experience more evolution than revolution in 2015. Privacy issues will get people's attention but not scare anyone away from social sites. In fact, customers will grow more willing...

    • Downloads: 130