In most BPM RFP’s there is a request for access to industry templates to allow for re-use and to get a head start. Most BPM vendors have some offering. The question is: are these of any value at all?
Tag Archives: business process
Conversation on Goal Oriented BPM
A few weeks ago Peter Schooff recorded a discussion between us on the topic of cloud and goal oriented BPM. Here is the link:
5 Opportunities in the Process Space for 2015
There are 5 key opportunities to participate in process space (BPM and ACM) in the next few months, and the deadlines are coming up, so don’t delay, and don’t miss out. Continue reading
Here it is, the poster on the definition of BPM, with all the terms defined and explained! Continue reading
Final Keynote EDOC 2014: Barbara Weber
Barbara Weber is a professor at University of Innsbruck in Austria. Next year she will be hosting the BPM 2015 conference at that location. She gave a talk on how they are studying the difficulties of process modeling. My notes follow: Continue reading
Should we focus on the negative?
The WfMC and many other who help have been trying to highlight the positive examples of both BPM and ACM by collecting use cases, judging the best, and publishing in compendia. It was Socrates who said there is value in a focus on the negative: he would rather be refuted than to refute another because being rid oneself of evil of harboring false beliefs is better than ridding it in another. Continue reading
The Business Capability Debate & Review
Roger Burlton from the BP Trends gave a great talk at the BBC conference about “A Process Centric approach to Business Capability”. This was in response to a large debate held on Linked-In about “Capabilities, Processes, Value Steams and All That”. Continue reading