Archives for March 2011

Human Processes: Cross-Boundary Processes

Human Processes: Cross-Boundary Processes In modern business life, organizations, regardless of size and mission, need to work with other organizations to find viable solutions to managing their cross-boundary processes. To do so successfully, Keith Harrison-Broninski urges organizations to avoid approaches that are inherently “command-and-control, such as case management and project management. As an alternative, he […]

BPM and SOA: Business Processes from an Enterprise Perspective

BPM and SOA: Business Processes from an Enterprise Perspective In his past few Columns, Mike Rosen has discussed business capabilities, outcomes, and collaborative processes. This month, he demonstrates how all of these different elements fit together from the enterprise perspective. To do so, he uses a diagram in which BPM is represented as an octagon […]

RecrEAtion by Chris Potts

RecrEAtion by Chris Potts Paul Harmon has written a review of a new Enterprise Architecture book that offers a completely new and exciting description of what EA could be about.

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