Monthly Archives: September 2009

Process Reification

John Evdemon makes an informative post about the  Zachman Framework and end up on a discussion of  “process reification” which he explains is the action of converting an abstract process into a concrete, executable process.  Such a conversion is often … Continue reading

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What is Case Management?

So much discussion recently about Case Management, but do we really know what we mean?  Let me collect here some definitions, and then offer my own.  (You will find many of these ideas expanded in full in “When Thinking Matters … Continue reading

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Notes from Keynote at Agile 2009

Find the complete talk, audio/video by Alistair Cockburn with slides on the InfoQ site. I am spending a lot of time on Agile Software Development techniques, and this talk presents a number of important concepts, so I am posting my … Continue reading

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