Monthly Archives: November 2012

Flipping the Workshop

I think it is time to start holding “flipshops.” I have been a big fan of flipping the classroom because it makes better use of teacher’s time, and the students benefit.  The same thing can be brought to conferences and … Continue reading

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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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Yes, it really is about the Knowledge Worker

My position paper for the Adaptive Case Management Workshop was to propose that “BPMN is incompatible with ACM.”  I got a lot of flack from the hard core BPM disciples   In spite of clearly stating that ACM is designed for knowledge … Continue reading

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BPM Next (March 2013)

The BPM Next conference is being organized by two luminaries in the field as a chance to meet the other gurus.  It is shaping up to be the most interesting event next year for thought leaders in business process management. … Continue reading

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ACM for Home Medical Caregivers?

I attended the Future Salon meeting on Nov 1 at SAP Labs where they hosted three great short talks on the topic of the Future of Health.  After a brief overview of the three speakers, I will focus on the … Continue reading

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Integrated Case Management – What is it?

Ran across this term and was wondering what it was.  What I found was not what I thought of when I initially read the term.  It is not a new term,

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