Tag Archives: BPMN

Two Languages Divide but don’t Conquer

There is a continual ongoing debate on how best to express how people plan to work together.  Earlier posts make the case that two-dimensional graphical languages are inappropriate for knowledge workers.  Many argued against this saying that these languages are still useful … Continue reading

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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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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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BPMN is Incompatible with ACM

What is the role of two-dimensional process graphing for knowledge workers in Adaptive Case Management (ACM)?  It is a given that an ACM system must support some form of process plan.  This post explores how a knowledge worker might specify … Continue reading

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… by the Case Managers Themselves

My good friend and colleague Bruce Silver made a post recently on BPMN and Case Management positioning ACM as a kind of BPM.  This is a mistake that many people make, and I thought it worth highlighting how this line … Continue reading

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BPM 2010 Keynote

I just sat through the BPM 2010 keynote speech given by Phil Gilbert which I thought was worth a quick note here. He was asked to talk on the future of BPM, but clarified that he would really just focus … Continue reading

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BPMN vs. professionals, 2.0

Last week brought us a vigorous debate about the role of BPMN, where I took the controversial position that “BPMN 2.0 is no longer for Business Professionals“.  Adam Deane collected quotes from the major contributors.  Sandy Kemsley calls it “The … Continue reading

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BPMN 2.0: no longer for Business Professionals

Jim Sinur in his post BPMN for Business Professionals: Burn Baby Burn points strongly to the conclusion that BPMN is simply not suitable for business users.  I am not surprised as this has been a topic of the case management … Continue reading

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ACM Tweet Jam Summary Part 2 of 3

We held a tweetjam on the subject of Adaptive Case Management (ACM) on July 15.  It is going to take me three posts to get this all in.  See Part 1. This post contains part 2 which contains the bulk … Continue reading

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ACM Tweet Jam Summary Part 1 of 3

We held a tweetjam on the subject of Adaptive Case Management (ACM) on July 15.  I have been on vacation since then, and only now getting around to writing about it. What a big task!  In two hours 660 posts … Continue reading

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