Archives for January 2009

Points of View

Points of View In his work as a BPM consultant, Roger Burlton frequently encounters situations in which the complexity of a BPM project is further complicated by individual stakeholders who advocate strongly for their singular point of view – one that is, more often than not, in conflict with those of other stakeholders. Moreover, the […]

The Wheels Haven’t Come off Yet

The Wheels Haven’t Come off Yet Forget the gloomy financial forecasts. Ian Gotts sees opportunity for companies to come out of this economic crisis having gained market share and emerging as the dominant player as competition falters. He exhorts decision makers to make targeted investments that support the corporation’s strategic direction. Read his Article for […]

Learning from Context to Improve Business Process

Learning from Context to Improve Business Process K. Ploesser, M. Peleg, P.Soffer, M. Rosemann, and J. Recker, are members of a team of researchers from Queensland University, Australia, Stanford University, USA and Haifa University, Israel, who are currently investigating how context-awareness can become an integral part of business process modeling. They argue that to get […]

Case Management: A Review of Modeling Approaches

Case Management: A Review of Modeling Approaches In 2008, the Object Management Group issued an RFI on “dynamic Business Activity modeling” in response to what they perceived as a need to model case management processes. In the first of two Articles, Henk de Man, Research Director at Cordys, one of several BPMS companies that responded […]

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