Monthly Archives: September 2012

BPMN vs. Patient Treatment Plans

Peter Schoof ran a discussion today on whether BPMN is compatible with ACM or not;  this was the subject of my talk at the ACM workshop. I responded by giving the justification for this position from my talk and the … Continue reading

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Imperative vs. Declarative Processes Models

There was a lot of discussion of declarative models at the BPM2012 conference.  It seems that people are seeing this as a way to handle processes which can not be predicted precisely in advance.  It is worth exploring.

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Case Management: Contrasting Production vs. Adaptive

While participating in discussions of case management, and while reviewing the submissions to the ACM Excellence Awards, I see two distinct approaches to case management — one approach called Adaptive Case Management (ACM), and a different approach which meets an entirely different … Continue reading

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Steve White on BPMN at BPM2012

Steve White gave a keynote speech at the BPM2012 conference this morning on the history and development of BPMN.  He has been the driving force for BPMN from the beginning, chairing the development committee for many years, and he is … Continue reading

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Process Cloud Concept for Case Management

A most interesting talk at BPMN2012 today was about case management, presented by Volker Gruhn on “Managing & Tracing the Traversals of Process Clounds with Templates, Agendas and Artifacts” from a short paper he did with his collegues from Essen: … Continue reading

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