Tag Archives: modeling

And CMMN as Well

We knew that BPMN needed fixing, but CMMN didn’t fix it enough.  This is another installment in the series on how we need to move beyond process models for automating work.  The last post pointed to limitations in BPMN, and … Continue reading

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Time to Stop Using Business Process Models

Whew!  It has been a few months since my last post in October on my way to the EDOC conference in Stockholm.  Presentations and papers went very well there, and I have been working on an entirely new concept.  It … Continue reading

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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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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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On A Role, Sticky or Otherwise

We talk about something called a “Role”.  We all know what it means — or do we?  There are a number of meanings to this term, and there is a kind of sleight-of-hand which is used to sometimes trick the … Continue reading

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No Model is a Good Model

During the presentations at the Workshop on Adaptive Case Management (ACM) on Monday, there was a growing question about the models: Not just how models should be constructed, but whether we should be using models at all. These ended up … Continue reading

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AdaptiveCM 2015 Workshop Summary

So much planning, so much anticipation, and now the 4th International Workshop on Adaptive Case Management and other non-workflow approaches to BPM is over after one marvelous day.  We had reserved some time at the end for a round table … Continue reading

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