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Do you know a story from “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” about a man who tries to saw down a tree?
He was working hard for hours but without success. And it was because he did not take a break to sharpen a saw.
What was his reasoning?
“I don’t have time to sharpen the saw. I am too busy sawing.”
How is this story connected with a daily life of BPM practitioners?
Recently I had a chance to make a presentation about new trends in BPM for a group of Business Analysts from Tricity.
To make this more useful for participants I asked few of the best BAs in the world to share their tips for the fresh analysts. Today I want to share those tips with you too.
It’s Not Your Daddy’s BPM.
Do you want to know which BPM skills will be really useful in 2017?
I do 🙂
To help you focus on relevant things and skip things that will not give results this year I asked some of the best BPM experts in the world two questions:
1. What are the skills and techniques that can help BPM practitioners create value for their organizations in 2017?
2. Which skills are no longer relevant or not practically applicable yet (hype)
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Do you want to learn more about Business Process Management? Below you can find a list of BPM related books that I have read and recommend as well as those that I plan to read.
Do you want to know answers for the 15 most important questions about Business Process Management AND have something really unique?
I am running a giveaway, where you can win two copies of recent book Questioning BPM? edited by Paul Harmon and Roger Tregear with Paul Harmon’s signature.
This book is unique in many ways as it gives you answers to 15 important questions about BPM today, not by a single expert, but 33 BPM thought leaders.
Enter the giveaway.
The giveaway is over. Congratulations to winners: Katherine and Muhammad!
Visit the publisher page to buy the book.
Almost every year you can hear about the new standards and topics in BPM that promise you great results. But how to distinguish between new skills you should add to your toolbox, obsolete ones or hypes?
To help you decide what is worth your attention in 2016 I asked some of the best BPM experts in the world two simple questions:
1. What are the skills that BPM practitioners should add to their toolbox in 2016?
2. Which skills are no longer relevant or not practically applicable yet (hype)?
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For BPM market BPMN is now the standard for modeling processes. But is it also the case for BA’s?
To find out what are the best practices, I asked some of the best BA and BPMN experts in the world a simple question:
“Why, when and how should business analysts use BPMN?”
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