6 Best Business Process Management Podacsts

6 Best Business Process Management Podcasts You Must Listen To

Over the last few years, Podcasts have grown from a niche media to one of the most popular ways to get news and information. In fact, Podcasts are like hacks for our everyday life. They allow us to passively improve our knowledge and gain valuable insight into almost any topic one could imagine, while doing pretty much anything.

Business process management podcasts can be an invaluable resource for those in the know or those who need to know about it. With this in mind, we have come up with an insightful list of our 6 favorite business process management podcasts, listed below in no particular order. To keep up with the latest news, trends, best practices, and to hear from the top minds in the industry, we highly recommend giving these a listen.

In no particular order, let’s take a look at each of these picks.

The Project Management Podcasts

The more companies understand the importance of sound Project Management, the more will your skills be in demand. Project Management is the means used by companies today to turn their vision and mission into reality. It is also the driver behind transforming a business need into a business process. The Project Management Podcast looks at how project management shapes the business world of today and tomorrow.

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Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, this is one of the BPM podcasts hosted by Cornelius Fichtner that is brilliant for both. With over 400 episodes about subjects related to process management that offer a deep program showcasing strategies for success for small businesses.

This podcast was started and remains until today Cornelius’s love project that he does on the side. He founded the OSP International LLC in 2006 and ever since then, he has utilized podcasting to help more than 50,000 students prepare for the PMP exam by teaching project management; the podcast is used as a preparation guide.



Workflow is one of the BPM podcasts that enable company’s teams to find and learn the best possible ways to work, enable meaningful collaboration with each other and others and ultimately get work done in the most effective manner possible. This podcast is on Rindle.


Disrupting Business Process Management

Our next pick is a podcast brought to you by FlowForma. In every episode, they interview thought leaders or one of their own customers and ask them about their Digital Transformation journey to a paperless office. 

Paperless offices are the way to go and this podcast’s recommendations can assist you in learning the best practices from your colleagues in the business world.


HBR IdeaCast

Harvard Business Review has BPM podcasts where you can discover new ideas with an old-school provision of advice on innovative strategies and leadership. This is gained from the world’s best management and business experts to create global leaders of tomorrow.

The podcast comes out on a weekly basis featuring these thought leaders with business and management expertise.


Hack the Process: Mindfulness Meaningful Progress on your Plans

A podcast about taking action on your plans, and building your business, your career, and your life around sustainable and satisfying processes that support mindful and meaningful progress.


This podcast is hosted by coach and writer, M. David Green who uses it to help people constantly improve by making effective collaboration an everyday practice. He coaches companies and individuals in a varied and widespread range of industries that excel in tech to assist them in the improvement of their processes so as to boost productivity, flexibility, communication, and the leader’s life quality.


In Process Podcast

The In Process Podcast has a range of conversations with experts in business showcasing new tools, techniques, and ideas in general to assist the growth and success of your business. The Host Evelyn Ashley brings you these talks featuring the importance of change being the only constant in business and the continuous challenges that are faced.



We hope that you like these top 6 BPM podcasts and delve into them for your unique businesses with a better understanding of the concept.

At Tigersheet, we aim to make business process management easy and efficient through an intuitive interface and a drag-and-drop builder. We want to make automation easier for you by simplifying and demystifying the process by using no-code tools. Take the first step to automating your workflows and increasing your productivity by contacting us for your free trial!

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10 Smart Tips to Help You Achieve More in 2021 with Tigersheet

2020 has really been a tough year for all of us.

But as we disembark and come to a close with the last month of the year, what are your plans for 2021? Are you ready to go full swing ahead in January?

Or are you looking at a month or more of lag time to start turning your ideas into projects and programs that will help you achieve your goals? Well, if you are one of our customers, you’re already looking ahead to what’s coming and how you can achieve more over the next year!

No matter the scale of your ambition, we are here to help you and your organization achieve more. To get set and going, here are 10 awesome tips that will help you do just that in 2020-starting today!

Get the show on the road

Rather than spending the first few months of the year getting your projects and processes set up, get started right away with templates and solutions designed to help you create velocity and scale your operation with confidence.

Tigersheet provides ready to use templates to meet the needs of multifarious data management purposes. You can install them and customize them as per your need.  Whichever department you are in (production, customer service, project management, research, procurement, warehousing, HR), there is always a suitable data management template designed to make your work easier and faster! Add new entries, fields, set triggers, and manage workflows in an already designed layout available for FREE!

Control your data with field types

Column types help you gain better control over what kinds of data are allowed in specific columns. Find out more about different fields/column types, including contact list, dropdown list, date, user, and sub sheet columns — then use them to configure your information and ensure more consistent data entry.

Tip: Set up your columns using configurable column types to help ensure the correct information is added to each of your columns

Get the relevant information in the sheet

Filtering in sheets might be the most useful feature you will discover as you embark on a journey with Tigersheet (of course there are many more!). If you’re one of those individuals who gets bogged down with a lot of data and is working in a sheet that has hundreds of rows and you’re overwhelmed by information, consider setting up a filter or two. 

For one of the sheets you need to reference, for example, you only care about the projects assigned to you. So, create a filter to show only those projects where you are listed as the owner, so instead of 150 rows, you’ll see a quarter of them. There are far more uses for filters; don’t be shy about trying them. 

Bonus tip: Sorting and filtering are two different features, so be sure to learn the differences.

On-time, every time

Missing deadlines isn’t just frustrating — it can also be costly. With date-based triggers, you can set yourself and your stakeholders up for success every time with automated reminders that let you know what’s coming up, so you can keep projects on track and ahead of any shifting deadlines.

Tip: Set up date/time-based triggers to remind yourself and your teams of upcoming milestones and deadlines.

Select Kanban View (Card View) for a more visual view

Stuck seeing Tigersheet as just a spreadsheet? 

A Kanban board is a work and workflow visualization tool that enables you to optimize the flow of your work, limit work-in-progress, and maximize efficiency.

Kanban or card view displays data in cards organized in lanes, to help you see information in a different way and visually prioritize everything you have in flight.

Tip: Switch your view to kanban view to visually manage your work on desktop and mobile.

Get your project across the finish line with a Timeline view

Another view in which you can see your Tigersheet data is the Timeline view, which displays data in a spreadsheet on the left and a Gantt chart on the right, so you can see how all of your work fits together in a timeline.

The power of a timeline is that it is graphical, which makes it easy to understand critical milestones, such as the progress of a project schedule.

Tip: Learn how to create and work with a timeline chart to get a full picture of the duration — as well as the start and finish date of your project’s tasks — in Timeline view.

Quickly — and correctly — capture information with forms

All too often, data collection and data entry are manual processes prone to human error and result in wasted time. 

Tigersheet Web forms are a perfect tool to collect and capture data in your sheet. Data captured through forms is saved to Tigersheet in a structured format, so you can easily review and analyze collected data, and quickly act on that information. And you’ll probably save yourself quite a bit of time on the data entry side as well. 

Tip: Set up a form for the information that you routinely need to capture from others, such as a request form, a customer intake form, a survey, or quality inspections.

Control Your Sharing via Role-Based Permissions

To collaborate effectively, you need to make sure everyone has access to the information they need, as well as the ability to contribute to a sheet or report as needed. You can make sure the right people have the right access to your sheets, reports, and dashboards by paying attention to the sharing permission level when you share an item with someone.

Tip: Set the desired roles and configure permissions levels when sharing sheets, reports, and dashboards to ensure that everyone has access to the capabilities they need to help you move work forward.

Join conversations

With conversations, you can track your work and have discussions about that work in one place. You can see all comments about a specific row or sheet in the comments in the conversations panel.

Tip: Use @mentions to flag specific work for specific people while keeping track of the entire thread for all stakeholders.

Keep sharpening your skills

You can still take advantage of all of the resources available to build your skills in Tigersheet.

Even some of our most proficient customers find our YouTube tutorial videos helpful. And don’t forget about one of our best resources, the Tigersheet Knowledge Base (Help Centre). You can simply have these sites bookmarked because I visit them almost daily to find the answers I need.

Keep Learning with Us.

Here’s to what you can achieve in 2020! For more tips and tricks, stay tuned to our Tigersheet Blog! Tigersheet is flexible enough to meet any business need, so odds are you’ll find new ways to get more done, faster. And pretty soon, you’ll be teaching us a thing or two!

Send Bulk Emails Using Mail Merge in Tigersheet

Now You Can Send Bulk Email Easily and Run Email Campaign Using Mail Merge in Tigersheet!

Anyone who has access to an email address would probably know how popular mass emails and newsletters have become today. The benefits of sending out bulk emails are fairly self-explanatory: you can customize email templates to your marketing message and then send it out to a huge number of people in a short amount of time, for free (or very inexpensively). From a value standpoint, that is tough to beat.

On the contrary, if you opt to send a direct printed mail, go for an ad in a publication or use any other method of traditional advertising, then you know how expensive it can be. With the advent of smartphones that enable people to check their email from anywhere, mass mail has given marketers a great power: direct access to their customers’ pockets.

Here at Tigersheet, we do acknowledge and realize that bulk emails can have a great impact on many businesses. In fact, that’s why we have our own bulk email feature called Mail Merge using which users can send bulk emails and run email marketing campaigns

Step by Step Guide: Send Bulk Emails Using Mail Merge

1.To begin sending out bulk emails using Mail Merge, first filter the records to whom the email needs to be sent.

2. Select all the records by clicking the checkbox next to each record. A mail merge option will be visible on the top. Click on this button.

Configuration Options:

Send Mail:

From field – Connect to your email account. You can connect your email address – Gmail / Google Apps / your own SMTP account. Once you have successfully added your email address, you can also choose which user groups this email address can be shared. 

To field: To field will display the fields which have email address fields setup. E.g. – Employees, Clients, Prospects.

CC: You can add any other email address directly here. This email address need not be associated with the users of the current sheet.

Subject Line: Enter the subject line and create the template.

Body: You can customize the template by using variables captured in Tigersheet. E.g. – Dear <student name> using Insert Variable dropdown.

You can also choose from an existing template created and saved in Tigersheet earlier. 

You can create the template in the Draft folder of your email account and access that template from here. If you select from the Gmail draft, the dropdown will display the Drafts emails subject line. You can choose one and the Template Body will display the Draft email’s body.

You can click on Source and draft the mail in HTML.

Preview: You can preview the template. If you have not entered From email address, Preview will not be displayed. Preview will be displayed for each recipient.

Schedule later: You can schedule to send this mailer at a later date and time.

Save Template: You can save this template in case you will be reusing it in the future to run more campaigns.

Campaign Name: You can add a Campaign name for this mailer for tracking the number of emails sent, Read / Unread status and Number of times it was read.

Manage Accounts 

  • You can view the email address connected. 
  • You can choose to delete or disconnect or reconnect these accounts.
  • You can also specify which user roles should be permissions to send emails from this email address in Tigersheet.

Manage Templates  

  • You can see different templates saved earlier. 
  • You can delete the template.
  • You can choose to pick this template for running the current mailer.

Video Tutorial- Send Bulk Emails Using Mail Merge in Tigersheet

Still facing issues with bulk emails. There is no need to worry, here’s an interactive screencast that will demonstrate the entire process through which you can send out bulk emails and run email campaigns using Mail Merge in Tigersheet.

Still facing issues with bulk emails. There is no need to worry, here’s an interactive screencast that will demonstrate the entire process through which you can send out bulk emails and run email campaigns using Mail Merge in Tigersheet.Now, you can go ahead and carry out your bulk email campaigns by signing up with Tigersheet and witness how easy it is to reach all your customers in a breeze! Try it Today!

How to Import Excel Data to Tigersheet

Feature: Import Excel Data to Tigersheet

Do you have a large amount of data is housed in Excel and wish to import that to Tigersheet? We have got you covered!

You can greatly benefit from Tigersheet’s importing capability. This allows you to bring your Excel record to the platform while saving in a lot of time and effort that can otherwise go into creating a sheet from scratch.

Start by Visiting ‘New Application Pack’> Create New Tigersheet> Import from Excel

To create a sheet from Excel Import, click on the option ‘Import from excel’ and chose a file (CSV, XLVS formats only) from your computer.  

  • Make sure to give your sheet a name. Once done, press “Create”.
  • The system will show a preview of the sheet that is being imported and will give you options to select the worksheet, header row, columns you wish to import and define their types.
  • You can choose to import data from that sheet as well. If you don’t want to import data but just wish to create the structure, check the checkbox ‘don’t import data’.
  • In case the data import has failed, Tigersheet will allow you to export the failed records with error logs. You can make corrections to this file itself and re-import it to add only the failed records.

The setup below shows an excel sheet ‘Contacts’ being imported from Excel to create a Tigersheet ‘Records’.

This example can be seen live in the video below where a Lead sheet with records is being imported in the Lead Tracker Application for a Company.