Monthly Archives: September 2007

Human “Facilitator” Processes

In a previous post, I introduced the concept that there are two predominant views of BPM. One view is that of the Automators, who are creating business processes which replace humans by doing the same things that had traditionally been … Continue reading

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Standards Tutorials in Europe

WfMC experts are again presenting the standards tutorials at two venues in Europe. 1. Poznań Poland.  Due to a big upsurge in BPM use in Poland in the past couple of years, we were invited to present a day and … Continue reading

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Decisions vs. Business Decisions in a Process

I spoke at the e-gov Enterprise Architecture Conference in Washington in September and was asked an intriguing question by a visitor.  We were talking about the relevance of BPMN, as well as quality of support for BPMN.  What distinguishes human work from … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to OMG-BMI

There has been a flurry of discussion on the Business Modeling and Integration Domain Task Force (BMI-DTF) at the OMG over the direction of development of the new versions of their specifications. Whether BPMN should have choreography capability or not. … Continue reading

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