A Practitioner’s Perspective: Boxes, Lines, Widgets and Words—Managing Detail and Perspective in Models

A Practitioner’s Perspective: Boxes, Lines, Widgets and Words—Managing Detail and Perspective in Models
In his first Column for BPTrends, Alec Sharp wastes no time in taking up one of the major areas of misunderstanding and disagreement in business process—that of modeling. Alec demystifies various modeling approaches and asserts that one size does not fit all. The “right” approach varies with context and audience. Read his Column for sage advice on process modeling derived from his vast experience as a BPM practitioner.

Alec Sharp

Alec Sharp

Alec Sharp has managed his consulting and education business, Clariteq Systems Consulting Ltd., for close to 30 years. Serving clients from Ireland to India, and Washington to Wellington, Alec's expertise includes facilitation, strategy development, data management, and of course, business analysis and business process improvement. His popular workshops and conference presentations on these topics, conducted globally, consistently receive "excellent" ratings. Alec is the author of the recently-released second edition of "Workflow Modeling" (Artech House, 2008) which is widely used as a university text and is a best-seller in the field. Contact Alec - asharp@clariteq.com.
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