Learning How to Successfully Manage Your Start-Up

Lewis Robinson, a business consultant specializing in social media marketing, CRM and sales, suggests that you should consider becoming a certified project manager to successfully manage your start-up and offers 5 reasons why.

Human Processes: Capabilities

Most Enterprise Architecture methodologies include the modeling of Capabilities. However, Keith suggests, it is not always clear what a Capability is, how to use it, and how it relates to other model elements such as Business Processes and Value Streams. Keith offers a brief analysis of how to approach Capabilities, explaining their fundamental connection with Human Processes.

How to Make Your Financial Department Run More Smoothly

Experience as a business process consultant has informed Lewis Robinson’s belief that your whole company benefits when your finance department runs with maximum efficiency. Read the steps he proposes to achieve this efficiency.

The Agile Practitioner: The Importance of Trust

Tom’s role as a scrum master is to encourage practices that make the team more effective. Read why he considers trust an essential ingredient in accomplishing the goals if an “Agile” team.

Harmon on BPM: The Internet of Things

It’s the holiday season and, like many of us, Paul is thinking of gifts for his friends and loved ones. Read his thoughts regarding one possibility he’s considering and why.

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Business Architecture Essentials: ‘Business Architecture and my Unplanned Marathon’

Roger recalls participating in his second Boston Marathon and the frustration he experienced when he tried to purchase the “iconic” marathon jacket. Read why his search for the jacket turned into a “second marathon” and how his experience relates to business architecture.

Design Thinking versus Business Architecture and Process Improvement

Adrian Grigororiu compares Design Thinking with Design process. Apples and oranges? You may find the result of his efforts surprising.

Performance Architecture: Translating the User Experience (UX)

Roger and Carol see a commonality among User Experience, Performance Architecture, and Business Process. In particular, they see commonality in how analysis/research and product, UX research and UX design are conducted, and how performance and process practitioners can use some familiar tools to leverage improvement of their project results. Details inside.

Business Rules Solutions: The Problems Addressed by Business Rules

In a day and age when machine learning (ML) and AI are all the rage, Ron asks why business rules still matter–a surprising question coming from Ron. Read Ron’s lucid account of why rules do, indeed, still matter and what you should know about them.

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