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Human Processes: Harrison-Broninski’s Second Law

Human Processes: Harrison-Broninski’s Second Law What, you may wonder is Harrison-Broninski”s Second Law. Put simply, it evolves from the premise that we are in the “6th distinct period of computing”—one in which social media make it possible to create your own digital, virtual identity. The ramifications, Keith asserts, will have a profound impact on Information […]

Human Processes: What Makes Good Change?

In order to answer the question of what makes good process change, Keith suggests that it might be necessary to prioritize which processes you spend the most time on. But which of these processes should you select? Keith proposes possible criteria to select the best candidates.

Human Processes: What Makes a Good Process?

Respecting a long tradition in consultancy, Keith has organized his guide to process quality into 5’C;s, and he presents them in this month’s Column.

March 2018

Dear BPTrends Member: March came roaring into the USA’s East Coast like the proverbial lion, and so far, is not showing signs of turning into a gentle lamb. Regardless of the weather, however, we have an excellent array of Columns and Articles to present to you this month. Keith Harrison-Broninski offers advice on how to […]

Human Processes: Too Many Cooks

Keith Harrison-Broninski opines that in some organizations, it seems that everybody is creating processes. Large companies may have several change initiatives happening simultaneously, and the people involved don’t always realize that their colleagues are making new versions of the same or closely related processes. The only way to deal with this is at the enterprise level, and Keith offers some advice on how to do so.

The Agile Practitioner: Using Agile Tools

For several years, BPTrends author, Tom Bellinson wrote a quarterly Column titled Process Solutions. This month he begins a new series for BPTrends entitled “The Agile Practitioner.” In his first Column in this series, Tom provides a detailed explanation of what agile processes do and how they can be applied.

Human Processes: A Kiss from the Military

In this Column, Keith describes a little known but widely used approach to EA that emerges from the military called NAF (Nato architecture framework). Keith thinks of this framework as a way to keep it simple stupid (kiss). Read his Column for details.

February 2017

Dear BPTrends Member: Digital transformation and its impact on BPM is very much on the minds of our authors this month. Paul Harmon and Keith Harrison-Broninski weigh in on the subject in their respective Columns. Leandro Jesus and Michael Rosemann of Queensland University of Technology share their thoughts on the future of BPM in their […]

Human Processes: Happy New Processes

To date, the focus of business process practitioners is on defining and then streamlining workplace activities. Keith Harrison-Broninski wonders if that will be the case in ten years. Read his Column to discover his thoughts on the future of business process. What do you think?

Human Resources: Human Data

In this Column, Keith examines the key aspects of data to see how they relate to human processes. He presents a new model for analysis that makes explicit the connection of data to human processes. Keith’s model not only clarifies how data differs from the uses to which it is put, but also explains the human processes required to collect data and do something useful with it.

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