BPM in Europe: Gaudi & Gravity

BPM in Europe: Gaudi & Gravity Just as the renowned Spanish architect, Antoni Gaudi, applied a creative use of gravity to achieve his unique design concepts, Frits Bussemaker challenges the reader to consider alternative imagery to “change management icebergs” and “strategy pyramids” to reduce the complexity of creating and aligning business processes within organizations.

BPM in Europe: Glass Silos

BPM in Europe: Glass Silos Frits Bussemaker characterizes some professional organizations as “Glass Silos” in which members preach to the converted. After a recent successful joint meeting between two professional communities, he encourages greater communication between “Glass Silos” which, he believes, will stimulate more innovation and, ultimately, greater overall effectiveness.

BPM in Europe: What is the new Reality Called?

BPM in Europe: What is the new Reality Called? This month, Frits Bussemaker challenges you, the readers, to propose a name for a new business model that will create a link between a structured organization and professional autonomy. The reward for the best suggestion is.

BPM in Europe: BPM-Forum Polska

BPM in Europe: BPM-Forum Polska There are a number of process analysis models that are designed to focus on more complex human interactions. One example is the RAD approach of Oulds and Harrison-Broninski and another is the Closed-Loop Business Interaction Model of Winograd and Flores. Both are useful in special circumstances, but neither replaces a […]

BPM in Europe: 17576

BPM in Europe: 17576 Frits Bussemaker, our correspondent in Europe, reports on a BPM Congress in the Netherlands and makes some interesting observations on the vendors who attended.

BPM in Europe: One Customer’s Experience

BPM in Europe: One Customer’s Experience During the summer our European correspondent, Frits Bussemaker, moved from one house to another. In this month’s column he reflects on the experience. The bottom line – in Europe, as in the US – some companies have good processes and provide excellent customer service and others don’t do as […]

BPM in Europe: Business Processes, Business Rules, and the Devastating Virus Attack

BPM in Europe: Business Processes, Business Rules, and the Devastating Virus Attack Frits Bussemaker, our intrepid European correspondent, describes an interesting thought experiment that was discussed at the recent meeting of the European Business Rules Conference (EBRC) in Amsterdam, and invites readers to offer their own interpretation.

BPM in Europe: From

BPM in Europe: From Frits Bussemaker is joined by Frans van der Reep in a discussion of how some European companies are shifting toward real-time monitoring and decision systems that allow managers to react in real time.

BPM in Europe: Processes are Everywhere

BPM in Europe: Processes are Everywhere This month, Frits Bussemaker, the founder and chairman of the BPM-Forum in the Netherlands, discusses a recent meeting of the Forum and goes on to consider how rapidly the interest in processes is growing in Europe.

BPM in Europe: The BPM-Forum Netherlands

BPM in Europe: The BPM-Forum Netherlands This month Frits Bussemaker, the founder and chairman of the BPM-Forum in the Netherlands, begins a new Column in which he will report on BPM developments in Europe. He begins by describing how the BPM-Forum has grown into a popular place for Dutch BPM practitioners to meet and exchange […]

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