Process Management Innovators

TRIPLE M Academy

The TRIPLE M Academy offers your company a new way of business process thinking - business process management next generation.


Becoming a certificated process manager

The academy supports the development of a common and comprehensive business process language within your company.

Consequently, your processes gain transparency via an ingeniously simple methodology of visualisation.

The academy covers the following topics:


  • detailled knowledge about the TRIPLE M methodology.
  • different process-relevant key performance indicators.
  • integration of business strategies, organisation and business process management.





Certificate levels


The academy consists of three different levels - Basic, Advanced and Expert.

Each level closes with an exam in order to ensure a complete knowledge transfer.

The certification is conducted in cooperation with the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) and the Johannes Kepler University Linz.

Level 1: BASIC

The participants understand the matrix representations according to the Mathera Matrix Methodology and their fields of application.



Knowledge transfer

  • description of the information flows
  • quality characteristics
  • process cycle time
  • process costs / process types
  • roles and responsibilities
  • quickscans: problem and potential analysis
  • evaluation (measures- and activities plan)


The participants have a holistic view over their processes and are able to lead their own process projects.



Knowledge transfer

  • holistic view of the process chains
  • interactive process map
  • process teams and process structure
  • IT/IS support
  • competence field analysis
  • extended set of methods
  • change management

Level 3: EXPERT

The participants are experts in the field of strategic and practical process management and can independently manage corporate processes.



Knowledge transfer

  • integration between management, departments and IT/IS
  • strategic process management
  • change management
  • determining the efficency of processes and organisations
  • interdisciplinary interaction of process- and project management
  • coordination of several process projects