Archives for 2005

Managing BPM: Just Doing It

Managing BPM: Just Doing It This month, Joe Francis considers what happens after a BPM group creates a new design. He considers a variety of deployment strategies he’s encountered and offers some advice on what seems to work best.

MDA Journal: Scaling the Business Process Platform Up: The Challenges

MDA Journal: Scaling the Business Process Platform Up: The Challenges In July, Dave Frankel discussed the emerging Business Process Platform. This month he considers exactly how such a platform would interface with services or components and considers some of the scaling problems such a platform would have to deal with.

Book Review: Essential Business Process Modeling

Book Review: Essential Business Process Modeling Michael Havey is an architect in IBM’s Global Services division. In this book Havey provides an introduction to BPM systems and the standards being developed to support BPM.

Book Review: INsourcing Innovation

Book Review: INsourcing Innovation At DCI’s November BPM Conference, in San Diego, Michael Slocum gave a popular keynote on Innovation. In this book review, Paul Harmon looks at the book that Slocum co-authored with David Silverstein and Neil DeCarlo.

BPMJ Contents Vol 11, No 6

BPMJ Contents Vol 11, No 6 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 6, 2005, so readers can check on the latest research being published.

BPM Works

BPM Works Howard Smith provides a brief introduction to his recently published CSC White Paper: From CIO to CPO via BPM: The Next Generation of Enterprise Automation.

The Move to Web Service Ecosystems

The Move to Web Service Ecosystems Alistair Barros In this thoughtful paper, Alistair Barros, of SAP Research, and Marlon Dumas, of Queensland University of Technology, Australia, consider the evolution of Web Service Ecosystems and how such environments will support business process management systems.

CMM and BPM

CMM and BPM A variety of efforts are underway to define business process maturity models. A maturity model can help your organization think about where it is and where it is going.

Standardizing Business Process Notation

Standardizing Business Process Notation There are standard workflow notations emerging, but alternatives continue to proliferate. Isn’t it about time to standardize on one workflow notation and use it throughout the business community?

Will BPM Deep Six Six-Sigma?

Will BPM Deep Six Six-Sigma? Kiran Garimella Some organizations see BPM and Six Sigma as alternative process methodologies and argue whether or not they need both. In this clever dialog, Kiran Garimella explores whether one might eliminate the other.

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