Archives for October 2005

Role Activity Diagrams: Human Interactions and Business Process Management

Role Activity Diagrams: Human Interactions and Business Process Management Sue Bushell Both Martyn Ould and Keith Harrison-Broninski have published books that suggest how analysts can use Role Activity Diagrams. Since these books advocate a rather different approach to business process change, we asked Sue Bushell, a Contributing Editor to CIO Magazine, Australia, to review both […]

BPMJ Contents 11-4 2005

BPMJ Contents 11-4 2005 The Business Process Management Journal is the leading international publication reporting on business process research. We reproduce the table of contents of Volume 11, Number 4, 2005, so readers can check on the latest research being published.

The Mists of Six Sigma

The Mists of Six Sigma Alan Ramias worked at MTEC, which later became Motorola University, during the Eighties when Six Sigma was born and evolved. In this article he sorts through the various myths surrounding Six Sigma and provides an insightful look at the real origins of Six Sigma.

Service-Oriented Design: Part IV: Business Process Design

Service-Oriented Design: Part IV: Business Process Design Thomas Erl Thomas Erl has just published a major book titled Service-Oriented Architecture: Concepts, Technology, and Design (Prentice-Hall, 2005. 760pp. $44.99). This is a book for IT analysts and designers who need a technical understanding of SOA. Chapter 16, which we reproduce here, provides an introduction to BPEL […]

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