Monthly Archives: August 2010

Mentoring Knowledge Workers

Frank Michael Kraft wrote an interesting piece about “Mentoring in Knowledge Work” today.   He builds a compelling case that mentoring will become a part of the workplace of knowledge workers, in a way that managers are a part of workplace … Continue reading

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Is Amazon Too Big for Kindle?

Just received an email from the Amazon DTP, the place you publish books in Kindle format.  In order to practice and learn how this is done last spring, I experimented with one of my earlier books.  Amazon owns the entire … Continue reading

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World without BPM

We all struggle with the zillions of different definitions of BPM fostering endless discussions to find the one true meaning for the term.  In one such discussion, Thomas Olbrich, came up with an intriguing idea: what would be different if … Continue reading

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Case Management Mentor Meeting

The “Adaptive Case Management Mentor Camp” has just been announced.  This will be a meeting of minds for people interested in learning effective techniques for using case management for knowledge work.  It is right after the BPM 2010 conference, at … Continue reading

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What if customers ran the process?

Another question from Peter Schoop: “Is the Customer the Boss With Social BPM?” reflecting on the blog post by Doug Mow on “Is the Customer the Boss the Age of Social BPM?”  I thought I would take this to the … Continue reading

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Going Solar

A brief diversion from my normal topics on the benefit of solar energy. I am getting solar panels installed on the house.  I am not the type to always get the latest gadgets. In spite of being firmly ensconced in … Continue reading

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Google Wave: no effect on BPM & ACM

The question posed was, “What does the passing of Google Wave mean for BPM and ACM”?  When Wave was announced, I was personally very interested, and am sad to see its demise.  I suspect however, that Wave has made its … Continue reading

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