The BPX answer to RIA Hacker Nite? It’s now called: The Process Design Slam.
Marc Dietrich, an SAP Business Transformation Consultant and BPX community member, explains the rules of the first Process Design Slam which was held immediately following Demo Jam in the SAP Community Clubhouse.
Marc, who is an expert in composition and modeling, decides to make the evening one of “edutainment”.
I think the following videos of the four competing team solutions make it pretty clear that Marc and teams admirably succeeded in his goals and our “evil plans”.
I’ll let the videos tell the story. But don’t miss each of the short competing demos. They are pretty entertaining!
Can you guess which solution won?
Marc explains the business case.
The first team of BPX community members competes to design the Flying Tech Egg powered by BPX
BPX Community Member Theo Elinza presents the second competing solution entitled the reusable EF ESS Egg Rescue Pod
Sig Rinde presents the third solution. Is it don’t drop it? Or don’t drop IT?
Blogger IdaRose Sylvester presents the Final solution at SAPTechEd ’08 Berlin) (somehow that doesn’t sound quite right)
All honors to Marc who composed and designed this BPX evening event. Big bravo to Ann Rosenberg my partner in crime for this run of BPX activities at TechEd. Special kudos to anchor woman of the BPX clubhouse and SAP Mentor Frauke Hassdenteufel who invented the playful name of this newly launched event. Thanks to Craig who initiated the opportunity to launch this pilot and shared his very own “Hacker Nite”.
And especially real gratitude to all of those folks this evening who took a leap of faith and attended our Process Design Slam and proceeded in making it an entertaining evening. Ann’s book “BPM the SAP Roadmap” is on its way to you all. Cheers!!!