Author Archives: kswenson

How do you want that Standard?

You know the old adage:  If want something real bad, you get it real bad.  If you want something worse, you get it worse.  This comes to mind when I think about the DMN proposed standard.  Why?  There is something … Continue reading

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DMN Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK)

A few months ago I wrote about the Decision Model and Notation standard effort. Since getting involved at that time, I am happy to report a lot of progress, but at the same time there is much further to go.

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AI as an Interface to Business Process

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.

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DMN at bpmNEXT 2016

bpmNEXT is 2 and half days of intense examination and evaluation of the leading trends in the business process community, and Decision Modeling Notation was clearly highlighted this year.

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Develop for Self-Managed Organizations

Here is a message from my friend, Robert Gilman, about participating with us on an open source platform for supporting a sociocratic organization.  It is the most interesting thing I have been involved in for years.

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Key Process Activities for 2016

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.

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To link or not to link

Google assumes that if you make a link to a site, then that is a worthwhile link to remember. Your link is a “vote” in increasing the popularity of that page in the search results. When a page contains false … Continue reading

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