Just links today
- Andrew Smith asks “Do people get BPM and Case Management? For some, Case Management is critical…” Don’t miss the long comment from Tom Shepherd.
- Janell Hill has “Five Predictions for How BPM Will Evolve“, summarized: (1) more knowledge workers will be supported in the future, (2) more dynamic models, (3) more knowledge-adaptable technology, (4) that are composed at run time, and (5) will link businesses together.
- “Gartner Reveals Five Business Process Management Predictions for 2010 and Beyond” with a slightly different order: (1) knowledge-adaptable and assembled just in time, (2) dynamic BPM, (3) composition instead of development, (4) linking businesses, and (5) knowledge workers.
- Max Pucher responds with “Gartner Group predicts Adaptive Process Trend“
- Ashish Bhagwat says “Dynamic Process Capabilities are powerful, but use with caution” with a side discussion about why this might be so.
All of these reflect strongly on the idea that “Adaptive Case Management” is a strong trend for the future. We are getting closer to the release of “Mastering the Unpredictable“, and new book on this subject.