Monthly Archives: March 2009

Model Portability Landmark

WfMC announced last week the BPMN Model Portability Validation test. This is a test that certifies that a BPM diagram, of a specified complexity, can be accurately exchanged between tools that have passed the test. The test starts with a … Continue reading

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Webinar on Dynamic BPM

Made presentation on a new push Fujitsu is making in Dynamic BPM today, together with Clay Richardson of Forrester. The best review is from Sandy Kemsley.  Here is a link to access a Recording of the Webinar.

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Jamendo: Success Story for Creative Commons

I was so impressed by Jamendo, a free music site, that I meant to write a summary, but here I am a year later finally getting around to it. I was researching “Creative Commons” licenses. I found that a number … Continue reading

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Model Portability is No Accident

A process design ecosystem demands a reliable way to transfer the process definitions between tools.  Bruce Silver’s post on Model Portability in BPMN 2.0 is very timely indeed. What he demonstrates is four different modeling tools, drawing BPMN diagrams, writing … Continue reading

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“BPM In Practice” in San Diego

On March 26, 2009 I will be participating in another “BPM in Practice” seminar in San Diego. This full day event will explore workflow and BPM from a number of different points of view. We start with the basic, advance … Continue reading

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Wisdom and Business Processes

Interesting link for the day. Barry Schwartz talks about wisdom and what it means to do a good job. Barry Schwartz on our Loss of Wisdom The reason I link it here is because everything he says is very applicable … Continue reading

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