While participating in discussions of case management, and while reviewing the submissions to the ACM Excellence Awards, I see two distinct approaches to case management — one approach called Adaptive Case Management (ACM), and a different approach which meets an entirely different … Continue reading
While scanning discussions of Case Management, I am seeing two distinct approaches. Those familiar with this blog already know of Adaptive Case Management (ACM). However, there is a different approach which meets an entirely different need. I call that approach … Continue reading
We demonstrated a service mesh architecture approach for BPM and Case Management in order to show that the Fujitsu DXP product could scale to any size and performance desired. First we started 12 million running process instances, and then we … Continue reading
Stung again, several times in one day. Systems that fail to report problems can waste everyone’s time. The problem is that such system appear to be running fine, and that is great for lazy programmers and product managers alike. Just … Continue reading
Today’s post is about SSOFI (Single Sign-On Federated Identity) which is an open source project that unloads some of the more challenging issues from the application. Log in once, and then use any number of applications. The server is fast, … Continue reading
Another perfect week in Santa Barbara. Here are some notes I took from the keynote speeches from Nathaniel Palmer, Jim Sinur, and Sandy Kemsley.
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
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.
My notes from first day of bpmNEXT 2015, March 30.
It is time again for the Global Peter Drucker Forum. Here are some highlights of talks from John Hagel, Clayton Christensen, Gary Hamel and others.