Monthly Archives: March 2019

Problem with the ‘Omniscient View’

This is another in a series of posts discussing why it is time to move beyond the process model.  The last two posts were about BPMN and CMMN respectively, however the actual problem is deeper.  Even if you found the … Continue reading

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And CMMN as Well

We knew that BPMN needed fixing, but CMMN didn’t fix it enough.  This is another installment in the series on how we need to move beyond process models for automating work.  The last post pointed to limitations in BPMN, and … Continue reading

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How BPMN Misses the Target

One bright hope for business process modeling, developed between 2003 and 2010, was the standard known as Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN). This would be the way to model businesses!  But today, most people use a simple flowchart in … Continue reading

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Models and Organizations Don’t Mix

This another installment in the series pointing out the problems with using a hand-drawn business process model.  The last post was how a business process model fails in the promise to be easier than programming.  Even if you get past … Continue reading

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Time to Stop Using Business Process Models

Whew!  It has been a few months since my last post in October on my way to the EDOC conference in Stockholm.  Presentations and papers went very well there, and I have been working on an entirely new concept.  It … Continue reading

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