Made presentation on a new push Fujitsu is making in Dynamic BPM today, together with Clay Richardson of Forrester. The best review is from Sandy Kemsley. Here is a link to access a Recording of the Webinar.
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
Talks by Nathaniel Palmer, Jim Sinur, Neil Ward-Dutton, Clay Richardson kick off this bell weather event in the process industry. The big theme is digital transformation.
The Sixth International AdaptiveCM Workshop will be associated with the EDOC conference this year, which will be held in Quebec City in October 2017 and is the first opportunity for many US and Canadian researchers to attend without having to … Continue reading
Dag Kittlaus demonstrated Viv last week; business software world should pay attention. “Viv” is a conversational approach to interacting with systems. The initial presentation talks about personal applications, but there are even greater opportunities in the workplace.
Six key process activities coming in 2016: Adaptive CM Workshop, ACM Awards, BPM Next, BPM and Case Management Global Summit, BPM 2016 Conference and (updated) CBI Conference.
My notes from first day of bpmNEXT 2015, March 30.
Yes, it is a negative statement, but in uttering it, you desensitize the team to a harmful fear of failure. I am responding today to an article in The Globe and Mail titled “‘Fail fast, fail often’ may be the … Continue reading
Whether you call it Process Mining, or Automated Process Discovery, nobody can deny that this field that combines big data analytics with business process is at the center of an important transformation in the workplace. Process mining is useful to … Continue reading
In a post titled “Business Etiquette Modeling” I made a plea for modeling business processes such that they naturally deform themselves as needed to accommodate changes. If we model a fixed process diagram, it is too fragile, and can be … Continue reading