Episode 25

11 Major Learnings From Producing the Process Mining Podcast

December 22, 2021
Mining Your Business

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Time flies by when you're having a good time. This is exactly what has happened to us - we are having so much time that we made it to 25 episodes about process mining. What a ride! And while producing the podcast and talking to all kinds of guests, we have emerged as significantly more educated and informed practitioners. In this episode, you will find out what 11 major learnings we have taken out of our podcast so far.


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