Process Design Slam Concept
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Process Design Slam TechEd Vienna Agenda
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Past Content: Process Design Slam TechEd Phoenix Agenda
The Design Slam is a virtual community collaboration applying BPM design and implementation tools and methodologies to solve a particular business challenge that has been posed by a panel of experts from SAP's customers and partners in advance of the SAP TechEd 2009 event. We have focused on customers working in Utilities and the topic will deal with sustainability. The intent is to start now, online, engaging with our BPX and SDN communities with the express idea of model to execution. The 3 months of online activity will culminate in an evening event, called the Process Design Slam. This runs concurrent to Craig Cmehil's Hacker Nite which has become a very visible and premium event for the community and attendees to TechEd.
The goal is to prove that a geographically dispersed collaboration team can create an AGILE solution to a business challenge when the right resources are available: human and technical
The selected process
The process is: Automating business processes related to forming virtual community-based power plant made up of resident's personal solar wind generation.
The idea is to describe a process that allows a homeowner or business to come online as a micro generator within a township and the various steps (human and automated) that are required. Sustainability gets better over time, the more neighborhoods choose to generate power from green sources to supply the very power this neighborhood consumes - and in pretty much the same timeframe. This also reduces the losses of transporting power over longer distances. Thus, power companies will more and more become brokers, and less actual suppliers of power.
Process Design Slam Current Status
Recording from last Telefon conference (15/09/2009)
Recording of Discussion of Virtual Power Plant Scenario
Minutes from Telefon Conference (10/09/2009)
On this call, there was a detailed description from Marc Rosson Enterprise Architect / Information Technology Services at Snohomish County PUD. Topics of the conversation included: MicroGrid, Autosectionalizing.
- Who is the Billing Entity?
- Are we speaking of a single entity in Micro Grid or are an aggregate?
- Who gets the cash?
- How is aggregation talking to all?
- Standards are missing?
- Is storage important?
Two sides of Smart Grid
- Smart Meter AMI
- Self-Healing Grid w/ autosectionalizing distributing utility
- Process selected
- Initial BPM models in different environments have been created
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Process Design Slam Participants/Judges/Observers
Process Design Slam Locations, Dates, Times