Monthly Archives: April 2019

Emergent Synthetic Process (ESP) is the Answer

I have written 6 posts explaining why a manually created business process models are simply not agile enough for today’s organizations.  What should we do instead?   Glad you asked.  A different approach I am calling Emergent Synthetic Processes avoids the … Continue reading

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DMN TCK – Three Years Later

It was at the bpmNEXT conference three years ago that I was persuaded to start the DMN TCK group to strengthen the DMN standards effort.  It has turned out better, and accomplished more than I imagined.

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bpmNEXT 2019

Another perfect week in Santa Barbara.  Here are some notes I took from the keynote speeches from Nathaniel Palmer, Jim Sinur, and Sandy Kemsley.

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