A few weeks ago, I asked for suggestions for a human-centric BPM tool on LinkedIn and started a discussion with more than 100 comments ending up with a list of 50+ BPM tools. – But which one is really human-centric? And what exactly are the requirements for a human-centric BPM tool?
To explore this in more detail and to find a human-centric BPM tool which inspires people for processes, I am now going to the next level, and I am starting an evaluation process today.
To kick things off, in the latest episode of the New Process Podcast, I take a deep dive into the requirements for a human-centric BPM tool and describe my expectations for what such a tool might look like.
At the end of the episode, I am asking BPM tool vendors to suggest their tools for further evaluation. But this evaluation will not be a classical process, it will be performed in podcast interviews!
To find out more on this or just to listen to the episode to get some inspirations for your own BPM activities, have a look here: