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Recap of Process Mining Camp 2018

Blog: Flux Capacitor

Every year, it is a truly amazing experience for us to welcome process miners from all over the world at the annual Process Mining Camp. This year, people came together from 16 different countries!

Here is a short summary of this year’s camp. Sign up at the camp mailing list to be notified about next year’s camp and to receive the video recordings once they become available.

Opening Keynote

Anne Rozinat, co-founder of Fluxicon, opened the camp by emphasizing that process mining is more than just a tool — it is developing into a discipline. Over the years, more than 2000 process miners have been trained to apply process mining in practice. After completing the training, they understand the depth of the skills that are needed, and they often ask: “How can I become really good at this?”. Training is a good starting point, but you need to put your knowledge into practice to further develop your process mining skills.

Successful process miners have skills in four key areas (data, process, management, and leadership), based on which we have now developed a process mining certification framework. Knowledge about preparing your data, and being able to analyze your data from a process perspective, lie at the heart of the process mining skillset. But you also need to be able to lead the way to drive the business change to make a significant impact. Furthermore, managerial skills are crucial to realize and sustain the benefits within an organization.

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