Monthly Archives: January 2012

Storytelling derails Process Discovery

There is an interesting video “Your Storytelling Brain”  from Cognitive Neuroscientist Michael Gazzaniga who talks about how we remember things.  He describes a part of the brain called “the interpreter” which functions to organize memories into plausible stories.  This is great … Continue reading

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First International ACM Workshop

The organizing committee for the BPM 2012 conference has accepted a proposal for the First International Workshop on Adaptive Case Management  (ACM2012).  It will be a half or full day workshop (depending on the quantity of papers accepted) on Sept … Continue reading

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2012 ACM Live Virtual Summit

Tom Koulopoulos of the Delphi Group is planning another Adaptive Case Management Virtual Summit for first week of June 2012.  This is the second of three significant ACM events planned for this coming year.

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2012 International ACM Awards

My first post of 2012 can not be delayed any further … so many things are commencing in the Adaptive Case Management world.  In this post I will cover the first of three important upcoming event you might want to … Continue reading

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