Archives for November 2009

What Makes a Good Process?

What Makes a Good Process? Do we know what a good process is and would we know one if we saw one? In this Article, Rob Davis attempts to answer these questions by presenting his criteria for identifying the elements of a good process and for creating a good process model. The result is what […]

Down Under: Leveraging BPM Skills

Down Under: Leveraging BPM Skills In the current economic climate, many BPM professionals have been forced to focus on “employability” rather than deciding which opportunity among many to pursue. If this statement describes your plight, then this Column is a must read. Years of experience as successful BPM consultants have given John Jeston and Johan […]

Performance Architecture: The Performance Technology Landscape

Performance Architecture: The Performance Technology Landscape In their debut Column for BPTrends, Roger Addison and Carol Haig present their view of the performance technology landscape and define the four principles performance improvement professionals adhere to in their work. These principles, expressed as RSVP+, are valuable guides for measuring performance improvement. Read their Column for the […]

Business Rules Applied by Barbara von Halle

Business Rules Applied by Barbara von Halle This book was published in 2002, but it still provides the most systematic, step-by-step approach for creating rule systems and relating those systems to business process efforts.

BPMN Method & Style by Bruce Silver

BPMN Method & Style by Bruce Silver Bruce Silver has written a very practical book that bridges the gap between the formal notation description of the OMG standard and the realities involved in consistently creating useful diagrams.

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