Monthly Archives: June 2014

Late-Structured Processes

The term “unstructured” has always bothered me, because without structure you have randomness.  When knowledge workers get things done, it is not random in any way.  They accomplish things in a very structured way, it is just not possible to know ahead … Continue reading

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BPM and Case Management Summit 2014

Here are some notes from this years BPM & Case Management Summit in Washington DC.

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Open Source Adaptive Case Management

Interested in trying out Adaptive Case Management without a huge investment?  Cognoscenti might be the option for you.  This post contains most of the contents of a paper I will be presenting in Germany in September on the Cognoscenti open source system which … Continue reading

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XWand Cloud for Financial Data Exchange

Fujitsu is announcing today XWand Cloud, a new online server for financial information exchange. What is it? Why is it important?

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SSL Browser Nonsense

Thank you Word Press! WordPress has turned on HTTPS for all blogs, and my blog is hosted at WordPress. They deserve recognition for being proactive in the fight for privacy. But we need more from the browsers.

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