Monthly Archives: October 2010

Anti-Social BPM

All this talk of “Social-BPM” there must be something on the other end of the spectrum.  Does this mean that “traditional BPM” is anti-social?  Well, it can be, and I had that experience this week.

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Intertwingled Collaboration and Communications

I ran across quite an interesting thread on the relationship of communications and collaboration.  While industry has held these as separate topic worthy of separate technologies, there is an argument to be made that they should be viewed as a … Continue reading

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Mining Activity Streams

In the process field, we call them “Event Streams”.  These are streams of records indicating specific things that happened at specific times.  In the Social Software world, they are called “Activity Streams”.

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Social Network Technology List

I attended a talk last week by Forrester analyst Rob Koplowitz on the subject of “Charting your enterprise social strategy”.  Rob has a disturbing way of appearing very casual while at the same time touching on such a broad range … Continue reading

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Process Mining Update

There has been a surprising amount happening around Process Mining recently, notably the process intelligence workshop, the IEEE task force meeting, and some other links.

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Max Pucher – Leverage Points

At the Forrester Forum 2010: Max Pucher promises to discuss “the future of process management that is goal-oriented and focused on customer outcomes rather than a rigid flow paradigm.”  Max was a contributor to the Mastering the Unpredictable book, so … Continue reading

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September Wrap-Up

“…wake me up, when September ends.” – Greenday Here is a list of posts and links related to BPM 2010 and other related things from the month of September (that I never got around to including until now…)

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