Building Community: Heather Wendt

Episode 69 – Building Community: Heather Wendt

Why do some applications have a large following and their revenues soar, while others are struggling with making a sale and are virtually unknown? Or why do you struggle with building internal acceptance for your program? One reason might be that the former companies were able to build a community that includes not only users […]

BPM Adoption Framework: Caspar Jans

Episode 66 – BPM Adoption Framework: Caspar Jans

You have chosen to start your BPM journey and are now asking yourself the question “how *DO* I get started?”. Well, one way is to look at a BPM Adoption Framework, the other is to ask someone who has done that before. We are lucky to speak with someone who fulfills both criteria – our […]

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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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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 […]

Learning and Enablement

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 […]

Center of Excellence: Thi Nguyen

Episode 56 – Center of Excellence: Gia Thi Nguyen

Implementing a tool or standing up a new capability can be a complex task. Standing up a Center of Excellence as part of this implementation can help ease the pain for new users. However, it is not always clear what a CoE shall do and how it is integrated into an organization (or where it […]

BPM & EA Maturity

Episode 27 – BPM & EA Maturity

Welcome to another episode of our podcast. Today’s topic is about growing the practice by assessing and developing the maturity of your BPM or EA Maturity. In this episode of the podcast we are talking about: What is maturity and which three areas you should focus on (content, governance, adoption) Assessment of capabilities (5 big […]

Simulation not in Process Mining

Why Simulation should NOT be in your Process Mining tool – What’s Your Baseline Shorts 3

The topic of this What’s Your Baseline Shorts podcast is Process Simulation and why you should not have this in your Process Mining tool, but rather as part of your design platform. We speak about these topics: Why simulation? What do you need for simulation What are the outcomes of a simulation What are the […]

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Capabilities in an architecture – What’s Your Baseline Shorts 2

The topic of this second “Shorts” podcast episode is “Capabilities”. We spoke about this in Episode 2 – “Why EA and BPM?”, but received some feedback that we should dig deeper into this topic. So here it is 🙂 The high-level topics of this episode are: What is the difference between a capability and a […]

WYB Shorts EPC vs. BPMN

EPC versus BPMN – What’s Your Baseline Shorts 1

This is the first podcast episode of the What’s Your Baseline Shorts series. We are talking about the topic of process notations, especially if you should choose the BPMN or the EPC notation. High-level topics include: What are EPC and BPMN? A bit of history Specialties of each notation, and difficulties that might arise Data […]

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Episode 17 – Organizational Change Management

Welcome to another episode of our podcast. Today’s topic is organizational change management, which is the counterpart to the previous episode of “Management of Change” where we spoke with Caspar Jans. This episode covers the “people side” of changes that are planned in your architecture and implementation projects, and we are covering the why, org […]

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Episode 14 – EA strategy and capabilities

EA strategy development is not done very often, but has many benefits. In this episode of the podcast, we are talking with Carlisle Gunn, an experienced Enterprise Architect, who we’ve worked with on past projects. Carlisle has worked in the Enterprise Architecture space for over 8 years with a focus on business and application architecture. […]