Archives for January 2006

Agile Systems: With Reusable Patterns of Business Knowledge: A Component-Based Approach by Amit Mitra and Amar Gupta.

Agile Systems: With Reusable Patterns of Business Knowledge: A Component-Based Approach by Amit Mitra and Amar Gupta. This is an ambitious book that proposed the creation of nothing less than a system of reusable business patterns that any business process analyst could access to develop a new system. This book is a rigorous application of […]

Learning to See by Mike Rother and John Shook

Learning to See by Mike Rother and John Shook We seem to be focused on notations for business people at the moment and thus a review of this excellent book on Value-Stream Mapping published by the Lean Enterprise Institute provides a nice example of an alternative approach to modeling a business process.

Business Systems-Support Case Study

Business Systems-Support Case Study In Keith Harrison-Broninski’s reply to my November Advisor, and in my reply below, the discussion centers on the value of Role Activity Diagramming (RAD). RAD is a modeling notation that its advocates believe is more appropriate for representing “human-driven” processes. This case study, developed by Harrison-Broninski for a global manufacturing company, […]

From CIO to CPO via BPM

From CIO to CPO via BPM Last month, we published a Technical Note by Howard Smith pointing to this new BPM Whitepaper he has written for CSC. This month, we are posting the paper itself to make it a permanent part of the BPTrends BPM archive. Many readers probably first learned of BPM systems when […]

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