Archives for January 2019

Essentials of Business Architecture: ‘The Business Architecture Concept Model: Strategic Context Phase’

Through his years of experience as a business process consultant, Roger has identified and applied 4 key Business Architecture models—Strategic Concept, Business Design, Business Change and Operations. In this Column, he describes the aspects of the strategic phase.

Human Processes: Creating a Network

In his Column this month, Keith summarizes two key ideas that evolved from research into the theory of Human Interaction Management. Keith believes these ideas to be particularly relevant and provides a set of five principles that help ensure productive collaboration.

January Poll

How Improving Business Processes Can Improve Your Company’s Bottom Line

Owen McGab Enaohwo, CEO and Co-Founder of SweetProcess, suggests four steps to improve business processes that can have an impact on your bottom line.

January 2019

Dear BPTrends Member: I and my partners, Celia Wolf and Paul Harmon at BPTrends wish all of you a very happy and prosperous 2019. In the meantime, please keep us informed of changes and innovations you observe in BPM in the coming year. Carolyn Potts Managing Editor www.bptrends.com Be sure to follow @BPTrends on Twitter […]

Digital Transformation: Platform Business Model of the Digital Economy

Mike Rosen begins his Column by looking at one of the prominent digital business models, then examines this model through the lens of digital transformation foundations, and finally looks at the architectural implications of that model.

Harmon on BPM: Personal Workflow Systems

Paul discusses “job aids,” a device that prompts human performance as a critical support element to training. Read why as he explains job aids and their function in the organization.

IBM Cloud: A Private Cloud Story

In this Article, Sameer Paradkar analyzes “ IBM Cloud Private” which he describes as a reliable and scalable cloud platform. He defines 3 key uses for the platform that can provide consistent runtimes, services and management capabilities to the organization.

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