Archives for September 2009

Framework for BPM Center of Excellence

Framework for BPM Center of Excellence In this Article, the author team of Leandro Jesus, Andre Macieira, Daniel Karrer, and Michael Rosemann propose three capability levels for the structure for a BPM Center of Excellence. Their proposal goes beyond levels of analysis of detail in other models and provides a framework for the design of […]

Don’t Panic: Business Processes and Business Rules Need Not be Complex

Don’t Panic: Business Processes and Business Rules Need Not be Complex David Pedersen Simplify! Simplify! say Larry Goldberg and David Pedersen, and in this Article they show the way. Citing several examples from their own experience in coaching process improvement teams, the authors demonstrate that by separating your process and business logic into appropriate, and […]

Performance Architecture: The Art and Science of Improving Organizations by Roger Addison, Carol Haig, and Lynn Kearny

Performance Architecture: The Art and Science of Improving Organizations by Roger Addison, Carol Haig, and Lynn Kearny This new book by three leading ISPI practitioners provides a systematic overview of the concepts and technologies used to improve the performance of organizations. The emphasis is on understanding how organizations work and on creating environments in which […]

Business Rule Concepts: Getting to the Point of Knowledge (3rd Ed) by Ronald G. Ross

Business Rule Concepts: Getting to the Point of Knowledge (3rd Ed) by Ronald G. Ross This is a new edition of one of the classic books on business rules. In his review, Paul Harmon takes a look at how the author explains the relationship between rules and processes.

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