Jim Boots, Principal
Lead consultant developing BPM capability for more than a decade in diverse industries including renewable energy production, engineering services, social services, and petroleum exploration and production.
Author of many BPM articles and a book, "BPM Boots on the Ground."
Video interviews with Ian Gotts:
The costs of poor process documentation
Running mapping workshops
Choosing a process mapping tool
Article at BPTrends with Harmon:
From process analysis to job aids
Article on PEX Network:
Does Your BPM Initiative Deliver Strategic Value?
Interview with Digital Energy Journal:
Chevron - using Nimbus Control software to manage processes
A BPM Book Worth Reading
A book published in 2016, "Questioning BPM?", is available on Amazon.com. It is edited by Paul Harmon and Roger Tregear. Jim Boots is a co-author. It poses 15 questions that BPM practitioners need answers to. Those questions are answered by 33 BPM experts from around the world.