Archives for February 2010

BPM Conferences in 2010

BPM Conferences in 2010 In this Advisor, we will review some of the BPM Conferences scheduled in 2010 that will provide opportunities for learning about current tends and directions, methdologies and practices and technologies and standards in BPM.

What’s New at BPTrends

What’s New at BPTrends In this Advisor, Paul Harmon, BPTrends Executive Editor and Analyst and Celia Wolf, BPTrends Publisher, discuss some new initiatives scheduled for launch in Q1, 2010.

Extreme Competition: Social Networks, Innovation and the MITH Myth

Extreme Competition: Social Networks, Innovation and the MITH Myth Peter Fingar turns his attention to the compelling topic of social networks and their relevancy to the changing role of information technology in business. He sees social networks not as time-wasters but as a new source of business intelligence – places where work gets done and […]

Advanced Decisioning Process Excellence

Advanced Decisioning Process Excellence James Taylor In this Article, James Taylor discusses his theory of Advanced Decisioning, which, he contends, makes processes simpler, more agile and smarter. Read his explanation of this approach to process excellence, why he believes in it, and the three steps necessary to achieving it.

Extreme Innovation

Extreme Innovation Dieter Jenz Dieter Jenz takes up the ongoing misalignment between business and IT and suggests that it is no longer feasible to pursue the same old well-trodden paths. Instead, he proposes a holistic BPM solution. Read his Article for the details

Practitioner’s Perspective: Process Architecture on a Budget, Part 1

Practitioner’s Perspective: Process Architecture on a Budget, Part 1 Identifying the 100 or so processes in an enterprise can be time consuming and expensive. In his Column this month, Alec looks at a project he is currently working on that involves completing enterprise process identification on a limited budget and within a short time frame. […]

BPM and SOA: Collaborative Knowledge Processes

BPM and SOA: Collaborative Knowledge Processes Mike Rosen identifies a variety of factors inherent in knowledge processes that do not lend themselves to traditional BPMS solutions. How to accommodate the unpredictable and interactive nature of knowledge workers is the challenge the next generation of BPM must deal with. Read Mike’s Column for his insightful perceptions […]

Business Architecture: The Missing Link between Business Strategy and Enterprise Architecture

Business Architecture: The Missing Link between Business Strategy and Enterprise Architecture SOA Consortium EA2010 Working Group The SOA Consortium’s EA2010 Working Group, a self described group of “street-smart” enterprise architecture practitioners, has been actively discussing the domains, services, practices, and skills required for a thriving, business relevant enterprise architecture practice in the next decade. In […]

MDA Journal: Semantic Metadata—Tapping the Potential of Semantic Ontologies

MDA Journal: Semantic Metadata—Tapping the Potential of Semantic Ontologies David Frankel has written extensively on semantic interoperability problems and has suggested solutions to many of them. Those readers familiar with Dave’s previous Columns on this subject know that he considers semantic interoperability a major economic enabler. This month, he focuses on semantic ontologies and where […]

Process in Practice: Process Reuse

Process in Practice: Process Reuse In his debut Column for BPTrends, Rob Davis addresses the subject of reuse. Although it is a concept that has been around for a long time, do we understand what it really means? In response to that question, Rob identifies and defines the key categories of reuse—structural, design, and implementation […]

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