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User Drop-Ins
User Drop-Ins

Skore public Drop In sessions are open to anyone that wants to learn more about Skore. Each week we cover a different topic followed by questions and answers.

Sam Leitch
Customer Success Manager

Next Week's Drop-In Session - Christmas Jumper Special

There is no drop-in this Friday due to other commitments but we'll be hosting our bumper final session next Friday 17th December

Join the session here

So grab your Xmas jumper and join the Skore team to discuss the highlights of 2021. Get ready to share yours too! 

Sam Leitch
Customer Success Manager

5 Steps to the Perfect Process - One Pager

Following this mornings drop-in session where we explored the 5 steps to the perfect process, I suggested I'd share the one pager that outlines these simple steps. 

You can also check out the Skore process used to present today's session and the process we created together here: 5 Steps to the Perfect Process 

Community Feedback

We'd love to hear your feedback regarding your use of these steps in your next process workshop.

  • Did following these steps positively influence your workshop outcome(s) ?
  • Do you agree with the order of the steps?
  • What did you capture during Step 5?
Sam Leitch
Customer Success Manager

This Week's Drop-In - 5 Steps to the Perfect Process

Friday December 3rd  - 9:30am (UK Time)

Join the session here

In this session we'll be walking through the 5 steps to the perfect process. 

Perfect for those that are relatively new to Skore or those who want to learn a structured way to capture processes. This approach is designed to get your workshop participants to open up and talk freely about how their processes work. 

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Marketing Assistant

Drop-in Session Recording - History of UPN and how do we use it in Skore?

In this session, we talked about the history of UPN and how we use it in Skore.
For those not already aware, Universal Process Notation is a standardised method of mapping, that uses symbols to describe business processes in a universal way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4ka3yE-KfA