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This show is about Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Management, and how you can set up your practice to get the most out of it. It is for newbies who just get started with these topics, organizations who want to improve their EA/BPM groups (and the value that they get from it), as well as practitioners who want to get a different perspective and care about the discipline. Learn more about the show and read articles about EA and BPM on www.whatsyourbaseline.com.
 
A podcast dedicated to the art of business process automation through tools like RPA, Intelligent Automation and Hyperautomation. We'll be talking with business leaders about their experiences in the automation space and how they made it work for their organizations.
 
Tech only works when humans communicate. NEXUM is about building profitable, sustainable relationships. Who are the Business Process Guru’s? - We are a group of people within the business community that over a period of time (decades) have accumulated a long history (decades) of getting things wrong then perfecting ways of consistently getting things right (Eventually)! Business Process Guru’s come from either the mother company, NEXUM Software, or are existing customers, supplier’s, associa ...
 
Most business owners avoid documenting their core business processes (even though they’re key to building a business that works without them) so we decided to do if for them. We interview industry experts and have them share their best small business systems and processes. Our team then converts those interviews into procedure templates that you can duplicated, customised and deployed within your business. It’s the quickest, easiest and efficient way to build a systemised business.
 
The Focus 53 Podcast in your one-stop shop for all things related to business operations. We focus on the systems, people, and processes needed to run a successful small business. If you’re looking to improve your business and need practical help, this is the show for you. Ryan is a business coach and strategist that has had the privilege of working with companies of all sizes from Microsoft, Sports Illustrated and Time Inc. to hundreds of small businesses in the last 20 years. We focus on B ...
 
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Growing your practice is on every leader's mind. The way to do this is to have an eye on the definition and the development of the maturity of your organization. In this episode of the podcast we are talking about: What is maturity and which three areas you should focus on (content, governance, adoption) Assessment of capabilities (5 big buckets) W…
 
One of the biggest problems of architecture groups was (is?) that they are doing good work, but that will not be recognized by others. One of the causes for that is that their repository and artifacts have almost no visibility outside of their group. To mitigate this situation, we are speaking with Laurie Kelly about how to communicate the value of…
 
We're back! Welcome to Season 3 of the What’s Your Baseline podcast. A big thank you for more than 7500 downloads… so far! That’s awesome, and I am so excited for this new season of incredible content! My name is Roland Woldt. And I am J-M Erlendson. This season we’re continuing our deep dive into three areas relevant to architecture and process ma…
 
We made it - 25 long form episodes of the podcast (and 7 "Shorts" as well). By popular demand - and because our statistics shows it - we are having "(Another) Ten Things I've Learned" episode. This time we are talking about three major areas: How to measure your architecture and improvement programs 1. Architecture / BPM is not about the topics at …
 
People. For better or worse a lot of the topics in EA and BPM center around people. These are the reasons why we do things (customers who pay for our goods and services), who does the work (employees and partners), or why processes and architectures even exist in the first place. In this What's Your Baseline Shorts, we are talking about process emp…
 
Task Mining and RPA are things that are often overlooked when looking at Process Mining. This can leave a big hole in the discovered process and therefore create an incomplete analysis result. In today's podcast we are speaking with Kevin Scully and Ziv Ilan from Nintex Kryon about Task Mining, what results you can expect from it, and how those can…
 
Everyone wants to consume and understand large amounts of data. But how do you plan, design, and implement a good dashboard? In this What's Your Baseline Shorts, J-M and Roland walk you through the process and the considerations at each step, so that the next time you create a dashboard (for example as part of your Process Mining analysis) it will …
 
Welcome to another episode of our podcast. Today's topic is about creating a formal business case as part of the change process. Creating a business case document can be a challenge for someone who has not done that before, and one might think that this is a single-person activity. Nothing could be further from the truth - in our experience, a good…
 
Process Mining is THE hot technology in our industry these days. But how do you get involved in it, and which skills do you need to bring to the table? In this Shorts we are talking about: What is Process Mining? How is a Process Mining project different from a "regular BPM project"? What skills and knowledge do you need? Where to go next? Please r…
 
Selecting the right team members is not an easy situation - especially when you are a small or medium-sized organization that cannot hire as freely as they might want. In today's episode we are talking about how to plan for staffing and select the right people for your architecture/transformation teams with our guest, Ansgar Bittermann. Our topic t…
 
One part of the buying process is a POC/POV (Proof of Concept/Proof of Value). If done right, those require a significant effort from both parties - buyers and sellers - so you want to make the best out of this situation and not waste everybody's time. In this Shorts we are talking about: What is a POC/POV and where does it fit into the buying cycl…
 
The topic "Process" seems to have a renaissance these days. A lot of younger folks are deciding to work in this industry, and a not so small part of this might be caused by the exciting new technology of Process Mining, which seems to be natural for people who grew up with technology in all areas of their life. In today's podcast we are speaking wi…
 
The topic of this What's Your Baseline Shorts podcast is Process Simulation and why you should not have this in your Process Mining tool, but rather as part of your design platform. We speak about these topics: Why simulation? What do you need for simulation What are the outcomes of a simulation What are the different types of simulation? Please re…
 
Sometimes things in business kill the best podcast publishing schedule. Today's guest, James Dening, the CEO of Minit, has sold the firm to Microsoft on March 31. Nevertheless this interview with him is very insightful regarding his way to becoming the CEO, process mining as a discipline, as well as the process mining market compared to the last "h…
 
The topic of this second "Shorts" podcast episode is "Capabilities". We spoke about this in Episode 2 "Why EA and BPM?", but received some feedback that we should dig deeper into this topic. So here it is :-) The high-level topics of this episode are: What is the difference between a capability and a process? How do capabilities fit into architectu…
 
Analysts are the mystical wizards of the tech industry. Their reports and analysis results shape markets and sometimes also the fates of organizations that play in that market. Therefore, many organizations want to control access to analysts and a lot of questions are unanswered, leaving behind confused people. But we are here to change this, by ha…
 
This is the first episode of the What's Your Baseline Shorts series. We are talking about the topic of process notations, especially if you should choose the BPMN or the EPC notation. High-level topics include: What are EPC and BPMN? A bit of history Specialties of each notation, and difficulties that might arise Data exchange with BPMN External st…
 
Welcome to What’s Your Baseline “Shorts”! In this series, we’re distilling down our usual long-form content from the hour-long What’s Your Baseline podcast into a more concentrated and visual form (that’s right... you get to see our faces! At least on Spotify and on YouTube). But most importantly, these "Shorts" are brief focused discussions about …
 
Another episode of the podcast, and we are having a very interesting and entertaining conversation with Jason Jovanis about working with recruiters - either as a candidate, or as an organization who is looking for new talent. Jason came to his job after 20+ years as a sales leader, who in 2018 had the crazy idea to quit the VP of Sales job and star…
 
Welcome to another episode of our podcast. Today's topic is organizational change management, which is the counterpart to the previous episode of "Management of Change" where we spoke with Caspar Jans. This episode covers the "people side" of changes that are planned in your architecture and implementation projects, and we are covering the why, org…
 
Managing change is hard - either managing organizational change or managing changes in the technology or architecture. In this episode of the podcast we are talking with Caspar Jans from Software AG about the latter and how to implement and operate a program to manage change. Caspar is a high-energy, fast learning and broad-skilled professional (BP…
 
Setting up a strategic process consulting practice or firm in our industry is not easy. On the one hand side you have the large system integrators/Big 4 companies, and on the other side you have the tool vendors helping setting up internal practices and capabilities. Finding your niche in that setup and build a sustainable business is a challenge. …
 
Developing an EA strategy is not done very often, but has many benefits. In this episode we are talking with Carlisle Gunn, an experienced Enterprise Architect, who we've worked with on past projects. Carlisle has worked in the Enterprise Architecture space for over 8 years with a focus on business and application architecture. He led teams through…
 
Welcome to the first episode of our season 2! Today we are talking about the Solution Lifecycle in architecture - what it is and why it is important to you. Architecture development and analysis does not happen in a vacuum, but are embedded in a lifecycle. New tools like Process Mining and Task Mining make it sound as if you don’t need other tools …
 
Thank you so much for supporting and growing this podcast over our first 6 months. In Season 1, we covered foundational topics like how to implement an architecture tool and dipped our toes into interviews with thought leaders in the architecture and process management field. And now, welcome to season 2 of the What's Your Baseline podcast, where w…
 
Here it is - the end (of season 1 ... no worries, we're back in January 2022). In this episode we are mixing up the format a bit and are talking about the 10 things that we learned in 25 years of architecture and process management. Approach / strategy segment Let's talk about the bigger picture, the why and larger setup. What are the thoughts that…
 
FlowForma's CEO, Olivia Bushe was a special guest on the Everyday MBA podcast hosted by Kevin Craine, to discuss digital transformation and the opportunities available to organizations today with process automation, and how it will give your organization a competitive advantage. In this episode, Kevin and Olivia explore the key considerations that …
 
Ahh, "governance" - the topic that is boring to death and had complete EA groups being fired. Love it or not, setting up the "rules of engagement" is still an important piece in an organization. And you can do it while having some fun when you remember the points that we are talking about in this episode: Role of governance in architecture activiti…
 
Have you ever wondered why you should go to conferences or be a speaker (and how to become one)? Our podcast guest today is José Pires, a veteran of 20+ years in the conference business and a leader in helping organizations to improve their execution and innovation excellence. José serves as Excellence & Innovation (E&I) executive leader and adviso…
 
This episode is a "semi follow-up" to the last episode, where we talked about Process Mining - today's topic is Task Mining (aka Robotics Process Discovery). Task Mining will bring clarity into what your users do on a procedure level, and can give insights into what might cause a "spike" in your analysis, or fill the holes that you might have in a …
 
Another Monday, another interview :-) Our guest today is Dr. Julian Krumeich, Software AG's product manager for their process mining tool. In his current role as Director Product Management ARIS at Software AG, Julian helps customers achieve operational excellence by shaping the future of our ARIS Process Mining solution - the ideal tool for integr…
 
Welcome to a new episode of your favorite podcast. The topic of today is to capture and import the vast amounts of existing content in your organization, and how to integrate this into your repository. The import is one of the four major steps of an architecture tool implementation that we discussed in Episode 3. Why bringing in existing content? C…
 
In this episode of the What's Your Baseline podcast we are changing up the format a bit - this is the first of many interviews that we will have in the future. Our guest today is Mike Idengren, who has 20+ years of experience combining EA, BPM, and agile solution development methodologies to unleash cross-functional teams' potential to deliver on d…
 
Welcome to episode 5 of the What’s Your Baseline podcast. Today we are talking about: Definitions: Frameworks (structures), Methods (processes), Notations (languages), Reference Content (content) How to implement these? This is part of the Technical Governance implementation phase; write it down in your EA Strategy document Document your standards.…
 
Welcome to episode 4 of the What’s Your Baseline podcast. We are talking about: Types of architecture tools: drawing tools, implementation front ends, database-driven architecture tools How users see things: data-driven visualization vs. visualization-driven data (tables vs diagrams) Focus of architecture tools > niche vendors - your stakeholder ne…
 
Welcome to episode 3 of the What’s Your Baseline podcast. The topic of this episode is how to implement your architecture tool(s). We are talking about: What do people look for when buying an architecture tool? What is the end perspective on the architecture tool implementation? The importance of personas and the value proposition for them - outsid…
 
Welcome to episode 2 of the What’s Your Baseline podcast. In this episode we are covering the topic of “Why BPM and EA?” and why these two topics might not be even different, but rather be the two sides of the same coin. We are discussing the following topics: Terminology Four phases of process management History of EA as a practice How organizatio…
 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of the What's Your Baseline podcast. We're glad that you join us! In this episode we are talking about us -your hosts Roland Woldt and J-M Erlendson- and our journeys in enterprise architecture and business process management, so that you get familiar with our voices and background. It also covers the challenges tha…
 
Have you ever been confused by jargon-y architect language? Things like "TOGAF", "BPMN", and "UML" - what do they mean, and why do they matter? Or suffered through a system implementation that had a lot of upfront planning, but ended up with scope creep? Welcome to the What's Your Baseline podcast, where we explore these topics and more. Each episo…
 
We speak with Kevin Roose, a tech columnist at The New York Times, and author of “Futureproof: 9 Rules for Humans in the Age of Automation”. Interested in getting started with automation? Get in a free consultation at Formulated.Formulated Automation による
 
On this episode, we speak with Mike Mirandi and Todd Schiller of PixieBrix. PixieBrix is a browser extension which believes that everyone should be able to customize their softwares even if you’re just an average user and not a software developer. In this episode, we talk to Mike and Todd about their background and how they got up into space and in…
 
On this episode of podcast, we speak with Adam Schweickert, partner and integrator at Wetmore Consulting Group. In this episode, we talk to Adam about his background and how he got up into space. He also shares his automation processes and its some sort of process improvements.Formulated Automation による
 
On this episode of podcast, we speak with Clara Durodie of Cognitive Finance.ai. She is the author behind “Decoding AI in Financial Services - Business Implications for Boards and Professionals”. We talk to Clara about her background and how she ended up studying artificial intelligence applications in financial services.…
 
Today’s Guest Steve Olsher Steve Olsher is known as the world’s foremost reinvention expert. Famous for helping individuals and corporations become exceptionally clear on their WHAT – that is, the ONE thing they were created to do – his practical, no-holds-barred approach to life and business propels his clients towards achieving massive profitabil…
 
On this episode of the podcast, we speak with Tolani Jaiye-Tikolo. Tolani has been working on RPA, been creating a lot of great content on the RPA space, trying out a lot of new products. She shares her experiences and strategies for what structures are working. Specifically, Tolani is working on RPA Jargon and she shares her insights in the RPA sp…
 
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