We held a tweetjam on the subject of Adaptive Case Management (ACM) on July 15. It is going to take me three posts to get this all in. See Part 1. This post contains part 2 which contains the bulk of the discussion of how ACM relates to BPM: is it different, and how?Continue reading →
We held a tweetjam on the subject of Adaptive Case Management (ACM) on July 15. I have been on vacation since then, and only now getting around to writing about it. What a big task! In two hours 660 posts were made, many of them quite thought provoking. After eliminating the duplicate RT posts, it still came to over 6000 words. So it is going to take me three posts to get this all in. Here is part 1. Continue reading →
A four part series (maybe more???) from from Malcolm Ross of Appian on how they support Case Management. Appian is a product I know well, and can recommend because it is based on my ideas of Collaborative Planning.
Now that we have determined that BPM is not Dead, discussion has turned in a big way to whether BPM should be redefined. Steve Towers hosted a very long discussion of this on his BP Group on Linked In, with over a hundred comments. A lively discussion, all over the map. Peter Shooff at eBizQ todays asks the question, how would you redefined it. Continue reading →
Scott Francis writes an column saying “BPM is Doing Just Fine, Thankyou” saying that the rumors of BPM’s death are, as Mark Twain would put it: exaggerated. There has been a lot of interest and concern on this topic in recent weeks.
Before going too far, let me clearly state that BPM is not dead. It is vibrant and continues growing. At the same time something else is happening we should all understand. Continue reading →