This is another in a series of posts discussing why it is time to move beyond the process model. The last two posts were about BPMN and CMMN respectively, however the actual problem is deeper. Even if you found the perfect modeling notation, the fact that you have to bring everything together into one place is a bigger barrier to success.
I am going once again through data security training. That is not in itself bad, but the misguided and outdated recommendations propagate misinformation. Security is very important, but why can’t the “security” experts learn? 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. Continue reading
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 about the process that technical standards go through… 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. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
The half-way point for the decade of the 2010’s can best summed up by a few things that happened to me in the past couple days:
Wil van del Aalst, the foremost expert in workflow and process mining, spoke this morning on the overlap between Data Science and Business Process, and showed how process mining is the super glue between them. What follows is the notes I made at the event. Continue reading