Process Mining Café 8: Strategy vs. Execution

Process Mining Café 8

Join us for a new Process Mining Café next week!

This time, we are talking about strategy and execution. We see that there is often a divide between these two worlds: The people who are dealing with strategy are different from the people who are executing.

As a result, a process mining enthusiast who directly starts to apply the process mining tool might have difficulties creating a business case. At the same time, a manager who wants to use process mining to fulfill a strategic goal of their organization might have unrealistic ideas about what is possible and how long it will take.

In the upcoming Process Mining Café next week, Rudi and I will share the approaches that we see at different organizations to bridge this divide. Furthermore, we have invited Bogdan Ciungu from JTI to join the discussion. Bogdan is the ideal guest for this café because as a business expert manager he sits comfortably right between the strategy and the execution worlds.

Together, we will answer questions like: When should you make an RFI and when is it better to get started right away? What are the ingredients of a business case for process mining? Where in the organization should process mining be positioned? And which skills do you need to develop in the organization?

Join us on Wednesday 8 September, at 16:00 CEST! (Check your timezone here). Discuss with us how to best align your process mining initiatives with your strategic goals to make them successful.

As always, there is no registration required. Simply point your browser to when it is time. You can watch the café and share your thoughts and questions while we are on the air, right there on the café website.

Tune in live for Process Mining Café by visiting next week Wednesday 8 September, at 16:00 CEST! Add the time to your calendar to make sure you don’t miss it. Or sign up for the café mailing list here if you want to be reminded one hour before the session starts.

Anne Rozinat

Anne Rozinat

Market, customers, and everything else

Anne knows how to mine a process like no other. She has conducted a large number of process mining projects with companies such as Philips Healthcare, Océ, ASML, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, and many others.