Archives for March 2019

March 2019

Dear BPTrends Member: As we inch toward spring, we at BPTrends are delighted to offer content we hope you will find both interesting and informative. Paul compares BPM in 2005 to BPM in 2019, while Ron Ross, through a series of scenarios he’s experienced, discusses what occurs when behavioral business rules and decision rules collide. […]

Class Notes: Agile Business Process Management – Towards an Integrated Framework

In this issue of Class Notes Jan vom Brocke teams up with Peyman Badakhshan and Thomas Grisold, colleagues at the University of Lichtenstein; and Kieran Conboy, from the National University of Galway, to reveal first findings of their latest research into the development of an integrative framework for agile BPM. Based on these findings, they offer some suggestions for how practitioners can integrate agility in their BPM activities.

March Poll

Super Users in Practice: A Case Study

In the first Article in the series, Laila Māra Rizzotto Pesoa , a process knowledge management expert at the Cabot Corporation, defined a “super user” as a process and knowledge specialist who works as the liaison between the BPM structure and the people who work within it. In this Article, she presents a case study showing the super user in action.

Harmon on BPM: BPM in 2005 and 2019

As the title suggests, Paul looks at BPM activity in organizations in 2005 and 2019. What’s changed? Are there more or fewer projects underway? Have BPM methodologies kept pace with advances in technology? Read Paul’s Column to learn his take on the questions.

Business Rules Solutions: What Happens When Behavioral Business Rules and Decision Logic Collide?

Ron cites several instances in which behavioral business rules and decision logic rules do indeed cross paths. What happens when they do? Which rules ‘win’? Having problems handling exceptions in your decision logic? Read Ron’s Column for some clarification.

Big Data Analytics – Use Case Identification Framework

In this Article, Sameer Paradkar, a Solution Architect with IBM GBS (Global Business Services) provides a methodology for identifying big data use cases and shares the best practices and standards that should be leveraged for big data use case identification.

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