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SICKNIFICANT

SICK Sensor Intelligence.

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From the Black Forest to the Rocky Mountains, through the Outback and to the Yellow Sea. SICK sensor solutions drive digitalization all around the globe. The SICKnificant podcast sneeks a peak on the people behind the tech. They make SICK the company it is: Future-oriented. Responsible. Partnering.
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Lufthansa Technik

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Welcome to Lufthansa Technik’s KEEP YOU FLYING podcast, where we make expert content from LinkedIn audible. Here, our colleagues share their unique insights and knowledge regarding aircraft MRO and talk about their personal field of competence or projects. If you want to hear about the current trends and repair methods in aircraft MRO, new predictive maintenance approaches, or the latest technologies in outfitting the latest-generation VIP aircraft, then stay tuned and follow us. That way, y ...
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In der Nerdtanke geht es unter anderem um Technik (Web, Server, Linux, Cloud, Sonne), Spiele und Filme. Und weil das nicht reicht, sprechen wir auch über alles was uns sonst vor die Flinte gekommen ist.
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Medien Meeting Mannheim

Medien Meeting Mannheim

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Telefon, Fax, E-Mail, Instant Messenger, Wikipedia, Blogs, Twitter, Unconferences, Bloggercons... die Kanäle, über die Menschen kommunizieren, haben sich im Zuge der Digitalisierung unseres Alltags grundlegend gewandelt. Räumliche und zeitliche Grenzen stehen auf dem Prüfstand; traditionelle Kommunikationsprinzipien und tradierte Vermarktungsansätze erfahren eine Umkehrung; der Kunde bestimmt längst selbst, welche Informationen und Produkte seine Aufmerksamkeit verdienen. Wie kann nun mein U ...
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Mirko Kloppenburg from NewProcessLab.com shares all the learnings and insights of his journey to rethink processes so that you can apply industry-proven BPM tools, methods, and best practices to manage, improve, and innovate your processes. Learn how to use the human-centric New Process approach - a symbiosis of New Work and Business Process Management - to push your business process or even the Management System of your organization to the next level and to inspire people for processes. Mir ...
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Demokratie für Faule

Demokratie für Faule

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A Podcast where the community decides what topics I discuss . The main topics are: Gaming , Movies ,comics, Martial arts and philosophy . I will talk about a topic until I find the truth ...
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Theo Zamenopoulos, of the OU design faculty, offers a glimpse into the ideological and historical context of design ideas and principles. With Emma Curtis, curator of the Design Museum, and Nathaniel Hepburn, curator of the Mascalls Art Gallery, Theo looks at the key ideas that emerged as the driving force behind design using specific examples from the history of chair design. This material forms part of The Open University course T217 Design Essentials.
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#051 Let’s have a look at the road to process orientation at a big organization like Lufthansa Technik In this episode, I’m talking to Lars Müller. Lars is one of the most advanced and well-experienced Process Architects I have ever met. He shares the journey of Lufthansa Technik's procurement processes and how they have evolved over the years. The…
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#050 Answering this question on multiple levels live at the New Process Conference. In this episode, I'm talking to Michael Bögle about the question “Why are we here?”. It's a super special episode because it's not only the 50th episode of the New Process Podcast, but also the first live podcast recorded at the New Process Conference! We take a loo…
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When Jules Verne published his novel "From the Earth to the Moon" in 1865 it was just a science fiction story. But roughly 100 years later, humans actually did land on the moon. The impossible had become a reality. This is just one example on how technological development has always been inspired by open minds and creative ideas that at a first gla…
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#049 Let's explore Bonitasoft's approach to revolutionizing process automation. In this episode, I’m talking to Charles Souillard, CEO and Co-Founder of Bonitasoft. It’s a BPM tool with a focus on flexibility and user engagement in process automation. We describe its core features, including visual process modeling and analytics, designed for a wid…
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#048 Let's consider the different generations in terms of processes. In this episode, I'm talking to Leona Holzbecher about how different generations influence change and transformation. We take a deep dive into the categorization of the different generations and look for stereotypical characteristics that can lead to conflict. How can this diversi…
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#047 Let’s find out how the tool ShiftX with a human-centric approach and its own notation can help to rethink processes! In this episode I'm talking to Eigil Sagafos about the BPM tool ShiftX that he and his colleagues are developing. Eigil explains what the ShiftX philosophy is and what it looks like. He points out why it has a completely unique …
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#046 Let’s focus on the human-centric aspect (again)! In this episode, it's all about getting human-centric. I’m talking to Julia von Winterfeldt about the power of human connection and the principles and methods she uses to unlock it. We also discuss how to discover and live one's purpose to increase satisfaction and self-efficacy. Of course, we c…
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#045 Let's take a deep dive into the topic of digital mindset. In this episode, I'm talking to Julian Knorr about digital mindset and how to analyze and develop it. We take a look at the "mindset navigator" he invented with his company ONESTOPTRANSFORMATION AG. He explains how it works and the different ways to use it. Of course, we set in relation…
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#044 Let’s hear what the creator of “BPM Skills - Hot or not” has to say about the outlook for 2024. In this episode, I'm talking to Zbigniew Misiak about his research work "BPM Skills - Hot or not" - a series he started 8 years ago to collect thoughts on BPM topics from BPM thought leaders, practitioners and people from academia about which BPM to…
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#043 Let’s find out how to get people excited about processes through branding and storytelling! In this episode, I'm speaking to Carolin Junge. We talk about her work at "oh boy!" and how she helps companies find their brand voice with helpful methods like storytelling. We're also going to dive deep into finding that excitement for brands and, of …
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Host: Nora Ludewig Gast: Björn Ernst In dieser Episode spreche ich mit Björn Ernst von der Firma Teufelberger über verschiedene Seiltypen, ihre Eigenschaften und ihre Herstellung. Nach ein paar Grundlagen vertiefen wir die Themen Stahlseile und Faserseile, und auch um aktuelle Weiterentwicklungen und Trends geht es. Teufelberger Group: https://www.…
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#042 Let’s recap 2023 together and explore what the top topics for 2024 are. In this episode, I’m looking back on 2023 and provide an outlook on the top topics for the year 2024. Therefore, I’m not only sharing the results of the New Process Survey with your topics for 2024, I’m also exploring the topics of a number of BPM thought leaders. To do th…
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#041 Let's have a talk about Process Mining and the best ways to implement it in your organization. In this episode, I dive back into the world of Process Mining with Jean-Marc and explore the set-up at MANN+HUMMEL. We'll discover what sparked their interest in Process Mining and how they convinced top management to invest in this innovative techno…
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#040 Let's dive into the insights from the Hello.Beta Live event, featuring 7 dynamic mini-interviews exploring the forefront of New Work and Transformation. In this episode, we take a special journey through the Hello.Beta Live event, featuring seven interviews with fascinating people exploring new work and transformation. From the importance of b…
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#039 Let's take a closer look at one of the largest process automation initiatives in Germany. In this episode, I’m talking to Daniel Matka. We are exploring the practical application of process automation at Robert Bosch, which is one of the most significant process automation initiatives in Germany. We delve into how Robert Bosch's process automa…
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#038 The “Process Wizard” about S-BPM, PASS, Hyperautomation and AI topics. In this episode, I’m talking to the “Process Wizard” Christoph Piller. He gives us some insights into the S-BPM approach and the PASS notation. We'll talk about his favorite PASS project and how to get people excited about S-BPM and PASS. Christoph also explains what to mak…
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#037 Join us two BPM nerds talking about feelings, roles, standardization, and a big announcement. In this slightly different episode, I'm talking to Martin Holling for the second time. In addition to the topics that Martin and I have on our radar at the moment, Martin shares insights into his BPM journey at KEMNA BAU. And we delve into one of my f…
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"In the think tank, we observe the digital world. We focus on disruptive technologies that have the potential to change a great deal. We are investigating whether and how we can use them for SICK. The Metaverse - and here for us as SICK the Industrial Metaverse in particular - is one such technology." Explains Arnd Sörensen , Project Manager…
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#036 Let's take a look at process automation from a human-centric BPM perspective. In this episode, I'm talking to Nico Bitzer about process automation and how to get people excited about it. We talk about common mistakes process owners can make when implementing automation and Nico gives his tips on how to do it better. But what can we do to get p…
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#035 Let’s discuss the advantages of UPN and how it can support the human-centric BPM approach. In this episode, I'm talking to Walter Bril about the main aspects of Universal Process Notation (UPN) and how it supports the human-centric BPM approach. We discuss the five questions that need to be answered and compare it to other notations such as BP…
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#034 Let’s wrap up all of the tool interviews to find the best human-centric BPM tool! In this episode, I summarize all the findings from the tool interviews on my journey to find a human-centric BPM tool. I will not be doing this wrap-up alone, but I have invited a special guest: Martin Holling. We're going to look at each and every tool according…
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#033 Let's find out how to engage people in complex change projects. In this episode, I'm talking with Gia Thi Nguyen about change and transformation in complex organizations. He summarizes his experiences from various change projects and relates them to the human-centric BPM approach. Let's find out how he got all the people involved in the transf…
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by Dr. Henrik Schmutzler, responsible for Composite Manufacturing With this episode by Dr. Henrik Schmutzler, expert for Composite Manufacturing at Lufthansa Technik, we conclude our four-part series regarding the various benefits that a new robotic system brings for repairs on Airframe Related Components made out of composite materials. Since most…
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#032 Let’s deep dive into the topic of process mining with the godfather of process mining himself. In this episode, I’m taking a closer look at process mining and how it can help to take BPM to the next level. To do this, I had the honour of talking to the godfather of Process Mining himself: Wil van der Aalst! In addition to Wil's experiences and…
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Host: Nora Ludewig Shownoter: Jochen Spalding Gast: Etienne Benson I wanted to make an episode on a topic from the history of science for a long time, finally it happened. This is an interview with Etienne Benson, professor of the history of science and technology, on the history of how people of the western world have been seeing, studying and exp…
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Deep Learning as a sub-field of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning has become increasingly important in recent years due to the increasing availability of data and computing power. The technology is revolutionizing automation in production and other areas by enabling machines to perform tasks that previously required human intelligence. D…
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#031 Let’s find out how the concept of process-bility can help you to improve your process modeling. In this episode, I’m talking to Kevin Tan and his concept of process-bility. With the help of three elements process modeling can be made easier for people to understand, so that they can get more excited about processes in the first place. Let’s fi…
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#030: Let’s recap the current state of New Process In this episode I'm going to give you an overview of the state of New Process - let's recap the last year with super interesting interview partners and put it into the current status of New Process. I also have some exciting news to share with you, and I'm really looking forward to hearing what you…
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by Frank Martens, Senior Sales Director for AVIATAR and Digital Products With AVIATAR, MRO and Digitalization merge in one platform for more digital products and services. It combines fleet management solutions, data science and engineering expertise to provide a comprehensive range of integrated digital services and products. In this episode, Fran…
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#029: Benjamin and I talk about various AI topics and the opportunities they present for BPM. In this episode, I’m talking to the AI expert Benjamin Dehant about how to apply AI (such as ChatGPT) to rethink processes. Therefore, we learn how AI can help us rethink processes, create art and support BPM use cases. However, he cautioned me about the l…
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#028: Let's dive into the huge topic of innovation together with Nelson Inno. Who would be better suited for getting a closer look into this episode on process innovation than Nelson Inno himself. We speak about how to innovate business processes and how to find innovative solutions to problems. In the end, he shares his three top recommendations t…
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#027: Søren and I are talking about the BPM tool “Gluu” and how it helps with its clear design to inspire employees for processes. In this episode, I’m talking to Søren Pommer, CEO and Founder of “Gluu”. Gluu is already an established platform by helping more than one-hundred businesses and thousands of users in almost 60 countries. I wanted to hav…
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#026: In this episode, I'm speaking with David Ruting, CEO and founder of Amsterdam-based Comm’ant Management Systems, about the BPM tool Comm'ant. David and I talk extensively about the underlying philosophy of Comm’ant and how to model processes as a modeler and how to retrieve processes as an employee. David will also go over how Comm'ant suppor…
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#025: In this episode, I'm speaking with Marc Stromberg from GBTEC to have an in-depth look into his product: Business Information Center, or BIC for short. I have known Marc for many years and in my search for a human-centric tool, BIC is of course a must. Marc gives deep insights into the tool and provides a highly detailed and candid account of …
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#024: In this episode, I'm speaking with Andreas Bierwirth of ABmotion on the art of content creation and how this can be applied to processes - for example by establishing a Process Influencer role. A role which uses content creation methods and tools such as videos, podcasts, and posts on corporate or even social media to inspire the people of an…
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by Dr. Henrik Schmutzler, responsible for Composite Manufacturing In this episode Dr. Henrik Schmutzler, responsible for Composite Manufacturing at Lufthansa Technik, will continue his series on automated repairs with part 3, focusing on the milling of large composite parts. He will also shed some more light on the benefits that the robotic approac…
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#023: In this episode, I’m speaking with Astrid Kirchhoff from Hummingbirds about how to apply storylistening to open up our perspectives to a new way of rethinking processes. Astrid provides a broad explanation of how using the art of careful listening and the power of many authentic narrated experiences to better understand values, attitudes, and…
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#022: In this episode, I'm speaking with Scott Armstrong from Interfacing about EPC. EPC stands for Enterprise Process Center and is Interfacing's integrated management system. Scott provides deep insights into the tool and how EPC helps rethink processes. Exciting are also his predictions for the BPM tool market and what of it is already on the ro…
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#021: In this episode, I'm looking back on 2022 and provide an outlook on the top topics for the year 2023. 😊 Therefore, I'm not only sharing the results of the New Process Survey with your topics for 2023, I'm also exploring the topics of a number of BPM thought leaders. To do this, I asked them for their recommendations, which topics the New Proc…
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Host: Markus Völter Shownoter: Jochen Spalding Gäste: Markus Bünsen, Daniel Seiler, Nico Redlich Die Firma Flight Calibration Services ist dafür zuständig, IFR Verfahren zu validieren und Instrumentenlandesysteme zu vermessen. Dazu setzt sie King Airs und Learjets ein. In dieser Episode spreche ich mit Markus, Daniel und Nico über ihre Arbeit und b…
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