January 2022

We wish all of our readers a very happy New Year and great success, health and happiness in 2022. This month’s Update includes coverage on topics that we hope you will find compelling and of use in your daily activities. We are sorry to say that this is Mike Rosen’s final Column (see his Column […]

December 2021

In the midst of your holiday activities, please take time out from your busy schedule and read the Articles and Columns in this month’s Update. I hope you will find the information presented here of value to you in your daily work. Please continue to give us your comments and thoughts on topics for future […]

November 2021

Here in the Northeast USA, we are still experiencing a pleasant and uneventful fall. I do enjoy watching the seasons change though winter is not my favorite. This month our publication is a bit lean but does include 3 of our favorite authors, plus some old favorites. I hope you will find some challenging and […]

October 2021

As the great Nat King Cole crooned, “La Di Da ‘Tis Autumn,” While you await the leaves to change, you will, I hope, welcome some autumnal thoughts on BPM from our authors and contributors.  Ron Ross considers effective communication in this, the knowledge age and Lewis Robinson introduces a new perspective on networking. As always, […]

September 2021

This month we resume our regular publishing schedule presenting new content by our Columnists and Contributors. Among our Columns is a compelling discussion by Tom Bellinson on what it takes to provide effective leadership, and a comprehensive discussion by Roger Tregear on soft skills required for successful process improvement. And much more… As always, I […]

August 2021

In keeping with our August tradition, we are suspending our normal publication schedule and are presenting our Best of BPTrends, a compilation of what we regard as The Best selections from the past 12 months. We hope you enjoy re-reading these Articles and Columns, and that they encourage you to spend some time perusing the […]

July 2021

Happy Independence Day to all of our members and readers in the United States, and Happy Bastille Day on July 14 to our members in France. Amid all of the celebrating, I hope you will take some time to remember the many we have lost in the Covid Pandemic. Best wishes to you and your […]

June 2021

This month our authors provide interesting insights on topics that will enhance your knowledge of BPM. Paul Harmon offers some compelling thoughts on the digital transformation taking place in organizations. The Articles include a discussion of AI and its benefits. I hope that whether you are working at home under quarantine.or you’ve been released, that […]

May 2021

Dear BPTrends readers, we hope you and your colleagues, friends and family are faring well during lockdown or whatever cautionary rules your country requires. And, we hope you will find some engaging and useful information among our columns and articles this month. Our authors are well aware of the perils of isolation and have made […]

April 2021

When T.S. Eliot wrote “April is the cruelest month,” was he was anticipating the April 15 US tax deadline? Is that why he moved to England? Well, those of us here in the US have been given a one month reprieve this year, so enjoy it while ye may… Our authors have provided an abundance […]