Process and Task Mining – combine both in a hybridized solution
A few weeks ago, my co-host of the What’s Your Baseline podcast, J-M Erlendson, held a presentation about Process and Task Mining and how they differ and work together.
Many organizations struggle to realize the benefits of Process Mining, despite having good transactional data and powerful toolsets. What if they’re not seeing the whole picture? What if key improvement opportunities are buried somewhere between the system and the human?
In this session, J-M explores the practice of combining insights from traditional process mining and task visibility from Robotic Process Discovery (task mining). We’ll discover the benefits of combining these techniques and their data sets to make more evidence-based decisions for transformation. Lastly, we’ll explore a real-world example and see how a major manufacturing organization uncovered end-to-end process weaknesses and adopted these practices to tremendously increase efficiencies.
Enjoy J-M’s speech in the video below (brought to you by Software AG):
Roland Woldt is a well-rounded executive with 25+ years of Business Transformation consulting and software development/system implementation experience, in addition to leadership positions within the German Armed Forces (11 years).
He has worked as Team Lead, Engagement/Program Manager, and Enterprise/Solution Architect for many projects. Within these projects, he was responsible for the full project life cycle, from shaping a solution and selling it, to setting up a methodological approach through design, implementation, and testing, up to the rollout of solutions.
In addition to this, Roland has managed consulting offerings during their lifecycle from the definition, delivery to update, and had revenue responsibility for them.
Roland is the VP of Global Consulting at iGrafx, and has worked as the Head of Software AG’s Global Process Mining CoE, as Director in KPMG’s Advisory, and had other leadership positions at Software AG/IDS Scheer and Accenture. Before that, he served as an active-duty and reserve officer in the German Armed Forces.