Author Archives: kswenson

Wirearchy – a pattern for an adaptive organization?

What is a Wirearchy?  How does it work?  When should it be considered?  When should it be avoided?  What are the advantages?  This post covers the basics elements of a Wirearchy.

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bpmNEXT talk on Personal Assistants

Here is a video from my presentation at bpmNEXT of March 2014 presenting the idea that in the future we might see a kind of agent, which I call a personal assistant, cloning and synchronizing projects such that the large scale … Continue reading

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AdaptiveCM Workshop in Germany September 1

Things are shaping up for a really great workshop to spend a day talking about the latest research findings and possibilities for Adaptive Case Management.  It will be September 1 in Ulm Germany.

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Late-Structured Processes

The term “unstructured” has always bothered me, because without structure you have randomness.  When knowledge workers get things done, it is not random in any way.  They accomplish things in a very structured way, it is just not possible to know ahead … Continue reading

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BPM and Case Management Summit 2014

Here are some notes from this years BPM & Case Management Summit in Washington DC.

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Open Source Adaptive Case Management

Interested in trying out Adaptive Case Management without a huge investment?  Cognoscenti might be the option for you.  This post contains most of the contents of a paper I will be presenting in Germany in September on the Cognoscenti open source system which … Continue reading

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XWand Cloud for Financial Data Exchange

Fujitsu is announcing today XWand Cloud, a new online server for financial information exchange. What is it? Why is it important?

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SSL Browser Nonsense

Thank you Word Press! WordPress has turned on HTTPS for all blogs, and my blog is hosted at WordPress. They deserve recognition for being proactive in the fight for privacy. But we need more from the browsers.

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Zero-code BPM Systems

The concept of “zero code” is the wish-fulfillment myth of the BPM industry.  Many advertisements will claim that the processes can be designed without any coding.  This complete hog-wash.  There is, however, a possibility for a zero-code system, but let’s imagine … Continue reading

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Overautomation – the Value of Returning to Manual Work

I regularly post about the advantages of using natural (as opposed to artificial) intelligence in the workplace.  I also carefully say that there are two kinds of work: routine work that should be automated, and unpredictable work that should not … Continue reading

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