Videos of me on the Trisotech blog
Blog: Column 2 - Sandy Kemsley
If there’s something that the last 1.5 years has taught me, it’s that speaking for online conferences and even recorded video can be almost as much fun as giving a presentation in person. I give partial credit for that observation to Denis Gagne of Trisotech, who encouraged me to turn my guest posts on their blog into short videos. He also provided some great feedback on making a video that is more like me just chatting about a topic that I’m interested in, and less like a formal presentation.
So far, I’ve done four of them, each about five minutes long, with more to come. I’ll embed the YouTube videos here, and I encourage you to go over to their YouTube channel and subscribe for more videos from me and their other guest bloggers. In my first video, I offered some design tips for using BPMN, CMMN and DMN together:
Next, I had some design tips for end-to-end processes, based in part on an earlier written blog post:
The third video was on designing processes for agility:
And most recently, I asked the question “What are you modeling for“, and how that impacts your model design:
In addition to these videos, I’m working with Bizagi to publish a series of eight short video interviews about citizen development, and I’ll be keynoting with a summary of those topics at their Catalyst conference on October 14.