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BPM Poster

Here it is, the poster on the definition of BPM, with all the terms defined and explained!

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Business Etiquette Modeling: a new paradigm for process

The AdaptiveCM 2014 workshop this past Monday provided a very interesting discussion of the state of the art in adaptive case management and other non-workflow oriented ways for supporting knowledge work. While there I presented, and we discussed, an intriguing … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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A Scenario for Discussing Personal Assistants

There is an important role for a type of intelligent agent we might call a personal assistant.  What are personal assistants?  What new do they bring to mix?  What effect will they have?  This post explores the boundaries, and introduces a scenario … Continue reading

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A Role by any other Name, is still a Role

Everyone knows what a role is.  It is obvious.  We talk about them all the time.  But every time I hear a programmer say the word “role” my ears pick up. The term is very often misused.  How, then, might … Continue reading

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Flexible Process Plans at NFSA

One of the best examples of an ACM system, one that received a gold award in this year’s Excellence in ACM awards, was the system developed by Computas for the Norwegian Food Safety Authority.  The focus of this post is … Continue reading

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