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#011: In this episode, I’m speaking with Ole Tillmann about how to pitch your process. You will learn about the secret ingredients of a perfect pitch and how to create one. You will learn how to pitch your process to top management and Ole is going to provide a lot of insights into a big case on how to inspire people for processes. – Everything nicely structured with many tips and tricks.Today’s GuestOle TillmannOle is strategic brand and communication consultant, executive coach, and founder of PEAK Creative Leadership GmbH. He’s based in Berlin and he’s also working as startup coach and consultant for accelerators like APX the startup accelerator of Axel Springer and Porsche.He is author of the book beyond the obvious. And for sure, we are also going to talk about that as well. And maybe you also know Ole as an actor or a moderator and by the way, beginning of the two thousands, he was hosts of the music tv show “Top of the Pops”.You’ll learnBesides a lot of insights on Ole’ workWhat the secret ingredients of a perfect pitch areHow to create the perfect pitch presentationHow to pitch processes to top managementHow to inspire employees for processesWhere to learn more about how to create a perfect presentationI hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!To provide me with feedback, please use this link:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/feedbackIf you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode11---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#010: In this episode, I'm speaking with Miikka Leinonen about how to build a community and we are transferring his experience to processes to learn how to build a process community. - A community of all the people working in a specific business process. I became aware of his work on LinkedIn, where he is publishing valuable impulses on community building. So I invited him to the podcast to find out more on how to build communities.Today's GuestMiikka LeinonenMiikka is Community Advisor at Ghost Community and Strategic Innovation Advisor at Ghost Company, based in Helsinki, Finland. - On their LinkedIn profile they say: Ghost Company. Not an agency. Not a consultancy. A Ghost Company. 😊Previously, he worked as a Creative Director and Visual Strategist in different companies for many years and now he's focused on helping companies build corporate communities.You'll learnWhich three elements you need to successfully build a communityWhat the three different types of communities are and how to use these to get all the benefitsHow to build a community in general and how to apply this to processes to develop and leverage a process community for your own business processWhich difficulty Miikka sees and how to approach this when developing a formal process community instead of an informal community I hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!To provide me with feedback, please use this link:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/feedbackIf you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode10---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#009: In this episode, I share with you my three pieces of advice on how to push your BPM ahead.In all the years I’ve been driving BPM at the Lufthansa Group, we’ve always come up with questions where we didn’t know how to move forward.In some cases, the issue was the standardization of processes, in others the definition of the role of the process owner, and in others how to better link process with the organizational structure. And again and again, the question was how to get employees and management excited about processes.Looking back, three approaches have worked for me and I’d like to share them with you. They are benchmarking, collaboration with universities and innovations created by the organization itself.You’ll learnHow to solve your BPM challenges by:benchmarking and learning from other expertscooperating with universitiesdeveloping innovations on your ownHow to apply these three approaches on your ownI hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!To provide me with feedback, please use this link:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/feedbackIf you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode9---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#008: In this episode, I'm interviewing Prof. Dr. Daniel Beimborn from University of Bamberg to explore how to get to the cutting edge of BPM.I have been working with Daniel on several research projects since 2009 and I really appreciate his experience. He shares his thoughts on the top BPM research topics as well as on his own research topics in the field of business process management. - An outlook to the upcoming years of the BPM development.But we also deep dive into how research can help to solve process challenges in all kinds of organizations. Therefore, he provides methodologies as well as examples on how this can be done. And he offers to support you with your BPM challenges:Call for cases: Within the episode, we open up a call for cases to find research-backed solutions to your BPM challenges. So if you have a major process-related question in your organization, feel free to contact me to connect you with Daniel for finding an appropriate solution. - And maybe, we can also discuss your case here in the New Process Podcast and share the learnings with the community.To hand in your cases, just send me a message.In addition, Daniel also shares his ideas on how to rethink processes. So a lot of input for you! Don't miss it!Today's GuestProf. Dr. Daniel BeimbornDaniel is professor for Information Systems at the University of Bamberg since 2018. Before that, he was professor for Information Systems at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and headed the ProcessLab of Frankfurt School together with Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann.He was visiting Scholar at MIT and Georgia State University, he holds a diploma and a PhD from Goethe University Frankfurt and he is researching in the fields of digital transformation & innovation, outsourcing management, IT and process standardization as well as enterprise architecture management.You’ll learnWhat the hot BPM research topics are and what Daniel is researching right nowHow scaled agile organizations look like, what problems Daniel sees and how to fix themWhat Daniels recommendations are to rethink processes and to get to a more human-centric BPMWhat you can do to stay at the front of the BPM developmentHow other companies partnered with researchers to solve BPM problemsWhat research can do for you to improve your BPMI hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!To provide me with feedback, please use this link:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/feedbackIf you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode8---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#007: In this episode, I’m defining the requirements for a human-centric BPM tool. – A tool that supports the New Process approach and inspires people for processes. Is that realistic?! Let’s find out!I’m deep diving into my requirements and explain my ideas along the New Process Principles.Be curious and find out what such a tool might look like. – And feel free to send me your suggestions.Request for Information: If you are a tool vendor, you can find an overview of all requirements and you can propose your tool here. – I will then sort through the feedback and get back to you for a podcast interview. I’m already looking forward to taking a closer look at the tools!RFI: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/RFIYou’ll learnHow a BPM tool can support the human-centric New Process approachWhich features of a BPM tool can inspire people for processesHow employees can retrieve processes quickly and easilyHow a line manager can benefit from using a BPM tool to lead employeesWhich features help to integrate employees into the work on processesTo provide me with feedback, please use this link:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/feedbackI hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode7---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#006: In this episode, I'm interviewing Michael Bögle from Lufthansa Technik. Michael has more than 20 years of experience in building, introducing, managing and innovating a process-oriented integrated management system in one of the most mature companies with regards to BPM I have ever seen.Michael was part of the initial project management team that introduced a highly human-centric BPM tool within Lufthansa Technik Group which serves as basis for the management system of the maintenance, repair and overhaul business unit of Lufthansa Group. Today, in his role as Senior Director Authorities & Management System he is accountable for obtaining and maintaining over 100 aviation approvals and other normative certifications such as EN/AS 9110.In this real expert interview, we talk about Michael's extensive practical and theoretical process management experience and learn how Lufthansa Technik uses processes to manage more than 20,000 employees.On top of that, Michael talks about how his process mindset helped him to successfully cross Greenland on skis. - Super exciting, be sure to listen to the episode!You'll learnWhat a Management System is and how to use it to lead an organizationWhat the key features of a human-centric management system areHow to inspire employees for processesHow to inspire management for processesWhat Michaels three top recommendations are to rethink processesHow process management helped him and his team to successfully cross Greenland on skiesWhat Michael learned from his Greenland crossing for managing processesI hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode6---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#005: In this episode, we take a deep dive into the topic of Process Purpose. I share examples and present a tool on how you can develop a Process Purpose Statement for your own process to take it to the next level.I hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode5---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#004: In this episode, I am interviewing the New Work expert Benjamin Rolff on how to apply new work ideas to rethink processes.He will tell us more about his interpretation of the term New Work and his New Performance approach. He shares practical examples and tipps on how to apply New Process to inspire people for processes and he deep dives with us into the topic of purpose.I hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode4---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#003: After learning about the New Process Principles in the previous episode, the big question is how to bring New Process to life. And this is exactly what I am going to answer in this episode.I will explain to you how to apply the New Process Life Cycle and its New Process Role Concept to bring New Process into reality.To learn more about the New Process Life Cycle and the Role Concept, please visit:https://www.NewProcessLab.com/toolbox/I hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode3---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#002: In this episode I provide an overview of what New Process is all about. After a brief introduction of myself, we dive into the development of New Process as a symbiosis of New Work and Business Process Management (BPM) and I am going to introduce the New Process Principles to you.To learn more about the New Process Principles, head over to:https://newprocesslab.com/principlesTo start rethinking your process, download the New Process Checklist here:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklistI hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode2---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
#001: Mirko Kloppenburg introduces the New Process Podcast and provides an overview of what to expect: All the tools, methods, and best practices to rethink your processes and push it to the next level!I hope, you enjoy this episode of the New Process Podcast and are curious to learn more in the next episode. Hit subscribe to not miss it!If you'd like to get the links and show notes for this episode, head to:http://www.NewProcessLab.com/episode1---Follow me on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirkokloppenburg/Want to know how to start rethinking processes? Get my free checklist here: http://www.NewProcessLab.com/checklist
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