Author Archives: kswenson

Why Does Digital Transformation Need Case Management?

A platform for digital transformation brings a number of different capabilities together: processes, agents, integration, analytics, decisions, and — perhaps most important — case management.  Why case management?  What does that really bring to the table and why is it … Continue reading

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Business Driven Software

I liked the recent post from Silvie Spreeuwenberg when she asks “When to combine decisions, case management and artificial intelligence?“

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Update on DMN TCK

Last year we started the Decision Model & Notation Technical Compatibility Kit (DMN-TCK) working group.  A lot has happened since the last time I wrote about this, so let me give you an update.

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Blogging Platforms

Today I am pretty frustrated by WordPress so I am going to vent a bit.  10 years ago I picked it as the platform to start my first blog on, and here you have it: I still here.  Yet I … Continue reading

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Still think you need BPEL?

Fourteen years ago, IBM and Microsoft announced plans to introduce a new language called Business Process Execution Langauge (BPEL) to much fanfare and controversy.  This post takes a retrospective look at BPEL, how things have progressed, and ponders the point … Continue reading

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A Strange FEELing about Dates

The new expression language for Decision Model and Notation standard is called the Friendly Enough Expression Language (FEEL).  Over all it is a credible offering, and one that is much needed in decision modeling where no specific grammar has emerged … Continue reading

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Complex Project Delay

I run large complex software projects.  A naive understanding of complex project management can be more dangerous than not knowing anything about it.  This is a recent experience.

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