BPMN MIWG capability demonstration 2019 – Data Inputs, Data Outputs, Compensations, Event-based Gateways and more

Previous post about BPMN MIWG demo from 2018 showed you how to use Data Objects in practice. But, as you know, plain Data Objects and Data Stores are not everything you can do with data in BPMN.

That’s why our next capability demo which took part on June 17th 2019 during Object Management Group conference in Amsterdam covered other types of Data Objects. However this was not everything as we covered too other more advanced BPMN aspects.

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BPMN MIWG demonstration 2018 – (nearly) everything you always wanted to know about Data Objects, but were afraid to ask

For many people BPMN is only about modelling process flows. However there are also elements, which allow you to show the data perspective: Data Objects.

They were one of the main topics of the BPMN Model Interchange Working Group demonstration in December 2018 in Seattle and will appear again in June 2019 demonstration in Amsterdam.

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BPM Skills in 2019 – Hot or Not

BPM Skills in 2019 – Hot or Not

Chances are you have big plans for this year. But how to make those plans turn into reality?

Even brightest idea does not transform into results without:

a) Good old-fashioned hard work

b) Knowledge what to do and how to do it.

I cannot help you with point a, but for point b… 🙂

As in previous years I prepared for you answers from experts about hot skills for process/automation professionals.

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Process automation – workflow, RPA, and beyond

Process automation – workflow, RPA, and beyond

Are you interested in process automation?

If so, I may have 2 interesting things for you.

1) I recently published the first version of a course “Process automation – workflow, RPA, and beyond” on Udemy and want to share it with my readers.

This is an early version of a course with content mostly covering workflow/BPMS tools. I will be adding more videos about RPA and other tools soon, but to decide what to focus on I would like to hear feedback from people with an early adopter attitude 🙂

If this sounds interesting use the link below to join the course for free:
https://www.udemy.com/process-automation-workflow-rpa-and-beyond/?couponCode=EARLY_ADOPTER
and tell me what should I add!

I hope you will find the course useful.

Link is valid until November 11th.

UPDATE: since many of you joined I thought it would be cool to extend the free access till Thanksgiving. This is my way of saying “Thanks” for being my reader 🙂
https://www.udemy.com/process-automation-workflow-rpa-and-beyond/?couponCode=THANKS2018

UPDATE2: You can join the course for a lowest Udemy price (9,99 USD) using this link: https://www.udemy.com/process-automation-workflow-rpa-and-beyond/?couponCode=BPMTIPS

2) Do you want to learn more about various aspects of intelligent automation from the leading companies? AI EMEA Live online summit is currently running. You can still register to get access to all recordings on:
https://ai-intelligent-automation-emea.vfairs.com/en/#about

How many RPA tools are there on the market now?

How many RPA tools are there on the market now?

Last year I published a guide about RPA with best practices from 30+ BPM and Robotic Process Automation experts.

Since it proved to be very popular I thought you may enjoy some updates and extensions.

First extension is about the RPA tools available on the market. That’s because when you decide that you want to give RPA a try, next frequent step is to select few tools for further analysis.

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Basics of BPMN

BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation) is a de-facto standard for modeling detailed processes for documentation and automation purposes.

When it comes to process documentation, each good process model should help us answer the questions we have for a process.

Those questions differ from organization to organization, but most commonly what we need to know is:
1) What starts the process
2) What are the results of a process
3) What needs to be done
4) What are the possible variants
5) Who does what
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How Can BPM and Customer Journey Mapping be Used Together?

How Can BPM and Customer Journey Mapping be Used Together?

Customer Journey Mapping is getting more and more visibility. Vendors are adding support for this kind of modeling to their tools. Companies start CJM projects as parts of larger Customer Experience initiatives.

Sometimes organizations feel that the job of the BPM teams is not “hot” anymore and Customer Experience specialists can lead the organizations to success in the age of the customer. Is it really so?

This article (originally published on BPTrends) shows relations between process modelling and customer journey mapping.

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BPM Skills in 2018 – Hot or Not

Each year is a chance to make a change for yourself and your organization. But it will be a positive change only if you know what are the right things to focus on, and which ones should be avoided.

To help you make 2018 your best year ever I asked 20+ BPM experts about the skills that will be hot this year.

As you will see I kept the basic structure used in 2016 and 2017 version of this post, but to make it more actionable added a question about the best resources to learn the hot BPM skills.

Plus – this time I have something extra 🙂

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