Last day (27.1.2017) of #ivBPM training was opened by mag. Vesna Lešnik Štefotič with "Experience session & case studies (Health related processes) and clinical paths".
Next, dr. Tina Jukić presented higher education processes from her faculty.
The event concluded with the overview of process simulation and automation tools, such as Bonita BPM.
We are very happy and excited that we successfully organized and performed such important 5 day training event.
4. day (26.1.2017) of #ivBPM training has begun with practical work on processes in participants organizations with the usage of the #BPMN 2.0. and high level process maps (#ArisExpress).
Our participants are already a bit tired, but still equally enthusiastic for the work.
Dr. Tomislav Rozman Participants from LT, BG and SI Assignment
The 3rd day(25.1.2017) of the #BPM training started with a little bit of fun.
Groups (LT United, Pirdop girls, WHC, Blondes) presented yesterday's mission "Treasure hunt" the observed process in the city (coffee shop, bakery, ...) They had to present improvement ideas for these processes.
Participants from Lithuania, Bulgaria and Slovenia have discovered the city of #Maribor and also done a great work.
Second part of today's workshop was dedicated to message driven processes and #BPMN20. We have designed various interesting processes such as: HR management, student admission, mentoring, organization of events and similar.
The workshops are supported by our elearning portal (http://elearning.bicero.com/index).
Today (24.1.2017) we have continued with the 2. day of #ivBPM training in Maribor.
Participants from Lithuania, Bulgaria and Slovenia acquired the skills about BPM and process modeling using BPMN 2.0.
Our guest trainer @Katja Harej shared some DO's and DONT's of BPM projects.
The day concluded with field work - treasure hunt in the city.
We are happy to announce that our #ivBPM academy in Maribor has begun.
The first quest for the participants was a Bingo game to get familiar with each other.
Who do you think has won the most stars?
We have also started acquiring a Lean BPM skills - e.g. how to identify a waste related to processes?
More about #ivBPM academy on: http://ivbpm.bicero.com/t…/all_trainings/training-in-maribor
#enGaging project team met again, this time in London, UK.
This time we have reviewed the progress of the web/mobile platform development for Gamification and Growth hacking (developed by The Hive partner).
The platform will help you to:
- check where on the map are the nearest business incubators, accelerators and learning centers
- a library of gamification and growth hacking resources,
- a self-assessment tool. You will be able to test your knowledge and find your strong and weak skills
The app development is already in the alpha version.
Check some teaser images below.
We are organizing a short term training ivBPM academy.
The goals of the academy are: to make your operations smoother, to improve the quality of services and products, to improve the transparency of the processes, to assign the responsibilities, to automate the processes and to communicate with IT developers. You will learn how to apply BPM (Business Process Management) to your organization.
The event will be held from 23.1. - 27.1.2017 in Maribor, Hotel City.
The academy is for: primarily for VET teachers (e.g. technical gymnasiums/high schools) - future trainers or business analysts /process managers.
There are only few places left: 1 for Slovenian participant(s), 2 for Lithuanian participants!
Dr. Tomislav Rozman
Making people do things on time (Project management) - Making your operations smooth (Business Process Re-engineering) - Distributing knowledge (Lecturing and coaching - live and online, http://elearning.bicero.com) - Finding the right tools for your problems (Information technology consulting).
Website: BICERO ltd. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: Tomislav Rozman
Training is FREE and is financed out of the european project ivBPM (ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME, KEY ACTION 2: COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION AND THE EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION, TRAINING AND YOUTH AGREEMENT NUMBER: 2015-1-BG01-KA202 - 014348).
From 5.9.2016 till 9.9.2016 we have co-organised Gamification and growth hacking academy in Ancona, Italy. We have hosted participants from Portugal, England, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia.
Dr. Tomislav Rozman was one of the keynote speakers (other were: An Coppens, Germana Di Falco, Floriano Buonfigli). Participants cooperated in team assignments and games, where they applied gained knowladge and gamification priciples into real life cases.
Participants were actively engaged in the assignments and they earned some points, badges and awards.
Read also Facebook page and Twitter: #enGAGING #gaAncona
Detailed report event you can read HERE.
2nd project meeting for the project enGAGING ("Gamification as Applied Growth-Hacking and Incubating method for improving New Ground-Based Skills in Start-uppers and Enterprises") was held in Porto (Portugal) between 21.4. and 22.4.2016.
The meeting was attended by partners from:
ZADRA NOVA, HR (applicant)
Gamification Nation, UK (core partner)
Metropolitan city of Milan, IT (core partner)
SPI, PT (core partner)
Grad Zadar, HR (core partner)
FVB S.R.L., IT (core partner)
NDA, BG (core partner)
We have coined a solid ground for the project and defined basic skills for the new job profile: GROWTH-HACKER.
Growth hacking deals with boosting the growth of the business using various techniques: web traffic data analysis, social media, content marketing, IT tools, gamification.
Growth hacker is a person (entrepreneur, business owner or business coach), who systematically uses these techniques to raise the interest of people into the product or service and convert them into customers.
The project runs under Erasmus+ KA2, Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices, Action: Strategic Partnerships
We are happy to announce that the book we co-authored "Leadership in sustainability - Support your business toward sustainability" was just released.
1.1. Where we are - Dimension of sustainability
1.2. Benefits of standards implementation
2. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
2.1. Resource Efficiency and Cleaner Production
2.2. Water efficient management
2.3. Energy Efficiency Management
2.4. Material and waste efficient management
2.4.1. Implications of intense use of materials
2.4.2. Benefits of waste management for companies
2.4.3. What is waste?
2.4.4. Waste management and waste assessment
2.4.5. Waste Action Plan
2.4.6. Waste hierarchy and strategies
3. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
3.1. How to embed social responsibility into the organization
3.2. Stakeholder management
3.2.1. Strategic approach
3.2.2. Analysis and planning
3.2.3. Improving collaboration capacity
3.3. Assessing the social impact of your organization
4. SUSTAINABILITY AND ECODESIGN
4.1. Life Cycle Concepts
4.2. Eco-design and Sustainability
4.3. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) – how to drive it and which are the benefits
4.4. How to calculate your product/service cost versus LCA
5. MANAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABILITY
5.1. Starting point: Innovation
5.2. Design your value chain
5.3. Strategic Management options
5.3.1. Considerations on Development of the Business Strategy for Sustainability
5.3.2. Important aspects for implementation sustainability into the strategic management
5.4. Ideas to deploy sustainability in your organization
5.4.1. Approaches to the Eco-design of Products
5.4.2. Environmental management approaches (EMS)
5.4.3. Existing Methods for the selection of environmental approaches
5.5. Integrating sustainability in the organization’s management system
5.5.1. Business process management and sustainability
5.5.2. Sustainable Business Process Management
5.5.3. Integrating sustainability into an organization – how to do it ?
5.5.4. Implementing sustainability aspects: at a corporate level
5.5.5. Implementing sustainability aspects: process landscape level
5.5.6. Implementing sustainability aspects into BPM system: a summary
5.6. How to lead sustainability
5.6.1. Introduction to leadership – How can leaders be educated?
5.6.2. Leadership behaviour that supports sustainability
5.7. Communication Challenges for Sustainability
5.7.1. Effective communication
5.7.2. Leadership and communication
5.7.3. Combat the resistance attitude towards sustainability
5.7.4. Sustainability beyond words
No. of pages: 123
List of Authors:
Gabriela FISTIS, Denkstatt Romania (Editor, Chapter 1)
Dr. Caius LUMINOSU, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania (Chapter 1.2)
Aida SZILAGY, Denkstatt Romania (Chapter 2 )
Andrei CHURICAN, Denkstatt Romania (Chapter 3 )
Prof. Peggy ZWOLINSKI, Grenoble INP, France (Chapter 4)
Dr. Feng ZHANG, Grenoble INP, France (Chapter 4.2)
Dr. Maud RIO, Grenoble INP, France (Chapter 4.3)
Dr. Guillaume MANDIL, Grenoble INP, France (Chapter 4.4)
Alan LELAH, Grenoble INP, France (Chapter 4.4)
Dr. Andreas RIEL, EMIRAcle, Belgium (Chapters 5.1, 5.2)
Dr. Tomislav ROZMAN, BICERO, Slovenia (Chapter 5.5)
Prof. Anca DRAGHICI, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania (Chapters 5.3 and 5.6)
Dr. Sorin SUCIU, Politehnica University of Timisoara, Romania (Chapter 5.7)
Technical editing: George DRAGHICI
Cover: Robert Borha
You can receive a book as a part of the ECSM training package.
If you want to buy this book separately, order it here: mateja.frangez-rozman(AT)bicero.com. Price: 20€ + postage costs.