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Interview With Marcello La Rosa About Process Mining in the New BPM MOOC

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A brand-new MOOC called Fundamentals of BPM is starting up next week on Monday, 12 October 2015. It has been developed by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia, and is taking a theoretically founded but also very practical and practitioner-oriented approach. You can get a look behind the scenes in this BPTrends article on the new MOOC.

The MOOC is based on the textbook “Fundamentals of Business Process Management”, which has been adopted in over 100 educational institutions worldwide. It includes a practical segment on process mining as well as process mining case studies, exercises, theoretical backgrounds, and a video interview with Wil van der Aalst.

We are very happy that the MOOC organizers have chosen our process mining software Disco as the process mining software to be used in the MOOC. Fluxicon is supporting the MOOC by providing training licenses for the participants, who can use Disco to follow the process mining exercises and to explore their own processes to learn more about what process mining can do. You can sign up for the MOOC here.

We spoke with Marcello La Rosa, one of the instructors in the MOOC and professor and Academic Director for corporate programs and partnerships at the Information Systems school of the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia.

Interview with Marcello

Marcello La Rosa

It’s great to see that you have included a section on process mining in the new MOOC ‘Fundamentals of BPM’. Process mining is an important part …

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