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How PASS supports a human-centric BPM approach with Christoph Piller

#038 The “Process Wizard” about S-BPM, PASS, Hyperautomation and AI topics.

Two BPM nerds on feelings, roles, standardization, and a big announcement

#037 Join us two BPM nerds talking about feelings, roles, standardization, and a big announcement

Exchange among podcast hosts

I was invited to be a guest on episode 55 of the “What’s your baseline” Podcast, alongside other cool podcast hosts Josèphe Blondaut and Jakub Dvořák.

3 tips for a more human-centric approach of process automation

In the latest episode of the New Process Podcast I talked with Nico Blitzer from “Bots & People” about Process Automation. In light of a 2023 McKinsey study suggesting that up to 70% of all jobs could be automated, there’s a need to address the potential tension between job cuts and the human-centric approach. That’s why I asked Nico how we can keep the human aspect in BPM even when automation takes center stage.

How to get people excited about Process Automation with Nico Bitzer

#036 Let’s take a look at process automation from a human-centric BPM perspective.

How Universal Process Notation (UPN) supports a human-centric BPM approach – with UPN co-inventor Walter Bril

#035 Let’s discuss the advantages of UPN and how it can support the human-centric BPM approach.

Win a New Process Calendar 2024! 🚀

For many years, I had a little 3-month Lufthansa calendar on my desk. These little calendars were always in short supply and it was a challenge to get one. And when Covid hit us, it was even harder. Two years ago, a colleague even had to design one himself, since there were no more official calendars.

“From Host to Host” – Guest on the Process Pioneers Podcast

I was invited to talk to Daniel Rayner on the “Process Pioneers” Podcast. It was actually the second time I had this honour. While the first time we talked about the human-centric BPM approach, this time the focus was on being a host on a podcast.

In search of the perfect human-centric BPM tool

Finding the perfect tool can be a challenging task. It’s not a decision to be taken lightly. Once you’ve chosen a tool and integrated it into your process management, much of your organization will be built upon it. There are many factors to consider, such as whether the tool fits your purpose, its costs, ease of use, and how it interacts with other tools in your organization.

Wrapping up the search for a human-centric BPM tool with Martin Holling

#034 Let’s wrap up all of the tool interviews to find the best human-centric BPM tool!