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Tech Talk with Mates featuring Roger Burlton, President of Process Renewal Group

August 20, 2021

Get insights on the technology use in the era of the pandemic from  a highly experienced Management Consultant, Roger Burlton. In this episode, Roger and I discuss:

  • Roger’s home office set up
  • Having more business than expected
  • Establishing professional relationships in video conferences
  • How bad his frequency flier points are
  • Small investments to improve web conferencing experiences
  • Build trust with new clients online
  • Value of co-creation with technology and good facilitation
  • The casual - ness of online client interaction - we are a bit more of the same.
  • Socialising and fitness during lockdown by way of a running app, Strava.
  • Keeping in touch with a global family with kids who grow up way too fast.
  • ‘Wrong end’ of the European Cup 2021
  • Value of personal space in WhatsApp group chat
  • Having meetings about ‘nothing’

Roger is the president of Process Renewal Consulting Group Inc. He is also co-founder of BPTrends Associates; the services firm of the world-leading BPTrends.com knowledge portal. He started the pioneering Process Renewal Group (PRG) in 1993 and was at the forefront of process-centric ways of running businesses. He is regarded globally as a thought leader and dynamic practitioner who brings reason, clarity, and practicality to complex business architecture and business change. Roger's insights can be found in his acclaimed book: Business Process Management: Profiting from Process, the Business Process Manifesto, the Handbook on Business Process Management and numerous other publications including his articles featured on BPTrends.com. Roger chairs several of the largest and most influential Business Architecture and BPM conferences in the world and is a sought after speaker dealing with the tough issues of business change in a thought provoking and entertaining manner. A seasoned practitioner, Roger has conducted over 200 in depth consulting engagements with companies around the world and offers a pragmatic approach to helping clients to help themselves through supporting their strategy, architecture and transformation efforts. Roger is also a lecturer for senior year programs at the University of Toronto - Industrial Engineering faculty.

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