How processes can help create good jobs?

Since this is my first post in 2022 I want to wish you all the best in this year. May your plans come to fruition! 

Pretty likely you have some resolutions for this year, perhaps including some process-related ones 😉 If so, let me know in comments (or drop me an e-mail at, so that I can share with you helpful content.

This post is a part of the experiment I planned for this year. Apart from the standard posts you know well from my website (e.g. BPM skills), I want to see if you like the new formats of content. 

Below, you can see an example of the first format: process mention. What’s the idea? When I read or listen to something outside the BPM universe, sometimes processes are mentioned from an interesting angle. Instead of making notes for myself, I want to share some quotes with you. Let me know if you find it useful!

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Cool things you can do with BPMN diagrams (part 1)

One of my favorite parts of process modeling trainings is discussing with participants how do they plan to use those skills. It is a matter of process maturity in an organization (since some of the scenarios require some BPM know-how), specific goals and planned initiatives of the organizations (if you have a budget for process improvement probably you should try to make this project a success instead of adding several other elements to the scope), but also being aware of what is possible.

The goal of this post series is to give you some ideas of how process models (especially BPMN Business Process Diagrams) can be used.
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Back to school 2021 – free online courses for BPM professionals (and not only)

Do you want to sharpen your BPM skills and learn something new? This post is for you!

Below you can find list of free courses and trainings based on past editions of this post (in case you are curious here are the links: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015).

Let’s start with the gold standard of BPM courses 🙂
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