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Episode 63 – Process Mining Data: Lotte Vugs

As we all know, the majority of time in a process mining project is in some form or fashion related to data preparation and a significant lower share of time is spent on the actual analysis. There are multiple ways of getting you data into shape (SQL, visual data modeling tools, etc.), but our guest […]

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Episode 62 – BPM Implementation – A User Story: Martin Holling

This episode is a first for the podcast – we are not talking about something from an external perspective, but speak with someone “in the trenches” who is actively implementing BPM in an 160-year old organization. Our guest today is Martin Holling, who is working at Kemna (a road construction company in northern Germany) and […]

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How to Ensure Success with Process Mining: The Six Steps Every Company Should Follow

By Roland Woldt Over the past few years, there’s been a lot of hype about process mining. Businesses across the globe are adopting mining tools to take advantage of data-driven insights that allow them to streamline their business operations. They do this to save time and reduce costs, helping companies achieve strategic goals and maintain […]

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Episode 61 – BPM and Process Lifecycle

We had a couple of episodes where we discussed the Solution / Process Lifecycle, but this time we look at it from the perspective of Business Process organizations. What we see is a distinction between the different disciplines that are needed to deliver a full solution and there are organizations that see a “them” and […]

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Episode 60 – Operational Intelligence: Shoeb Javed

We are wrapping up Season 5 of this podcast with an episode that I was looking forward to for quite some time now – we are talking about operational intelligence. What is that, you might ask. Well it is the insights into what your complex organization does by using technology and measuring the important things, […]

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Writing a book: Michael Schank – What’s Your Baseline Shorts 12

You might have heard it in the last episode of the podcast (Ep. 59: Process Inventory), that our guest Michael Schank has written a book 😉 That triggered two things with us – first, making a WYB Shorts about the process of writing a book and become a published author, and second, nudging Michael for […]

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On a melange with the Process Wizard – Roland Woldt

Christoph Piller was our guest in Episode 53 “Subject-Oriented Process Management”, and he’s returning the favor to us again – this time I had the honor to have a coffee with him (in German, which is a nice opportunity to speak in one’s mother tongue). Here is how Christoph describes the episode: “In Episode 13 […]

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Episode 59 – Process Inventory: Michael Schank

How do you plan your transformation? By looking out of the window or asking your two best friends? Or would it be better if you had an overview of all the things that your organization does – in the form of a process inventory? Michael is a distinguished thought leader and executive, specializing in addressing […]

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On a melange with the Process Wizard – J-M Erlendson

J-M, your favorite podcast co-host, was the guest in Christoph Piller’s “On a melange with the Process Wizard” a few weeks ago, talking about BPM. And Christoph was our guest in Episode 53 “Subject-Oriented Process Management”, so he’s returning the favor. Here is how Christoph describes the episode: “Join the Process Evangelist and the Process […]

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AI & Enablement: Ron Cohen, Peter Dern, Adam Egger – What’s Your Baseline Shorts 11

Last week’s episode of the podcast was a very good conversation about learning and enablement with Ron Cohen, Peter Dern, and Adam Egger, and we could have talked for hours about this topic. However, the conversation took quite a turn after I asked how the future of learning will look like. But we also were […]

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Episode 58 – Learning and Enablement: Ron Cohen, Peter Dern, Adam Egger

How do you set up learning and enablement for your architecture/process people? What has changed since the days of instructor-led training, and where will the field of enablement go into the future (hint: it might be creepy for some of us). In this episode of the What’s Your Baseline? podcast we are looking into the […]

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Episode 57 – Process Mining Analysis

You bought the tool and now the most critical question for your success comes up: “Now what?”. This leads to these questions: what can you do in the tools, what can you expect, and -maybe most importantly- what do you do after you’ve done a part of the analysis. You also need to have a […]