Once the project is delivered, we spend some time talking about the Achieved and the Projected. This is how to measure what we got with what we wanted. This is the actual stuff, not necessarily the stuff we were wishing for.
So, you’ve chosen your project: you’re in love with it. You know it’s the right fit. You’ve done your homework, you’ve got funding, you’ve convinced your rivals & your peers, and you’re ready to execute. The rest is just a matter of technology, right?
Every interaction with your company informs the quality of that journey. Do you
want great customers? If so, you need to create excellent customer journeys. This
means better, more consistent and contextual experiences with enhanced value
across all touchpoints. Customers will reward that kind of seamless experience with
This paper provides an overview of the Internet of Things. It explores some of the benefits and opportunities of
launching new Internet-of-Things initiatives across several industries. It also considers the role of BPM
and addresses certain barriers and challenges preventing IoT from reaching its full potential.
Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) is the defacto standard for process modeling. However, BPMN is not truly meant to create business rules, statements that dictate what decisions should be made given a certain set of conditions. The new OMG standard Decision Model and Notation (DMN) 1.0 fills this gap in process modeling
"BPM in that sense provides the orchestration backdrop — a context for both the deterministic distributed ledger technology of blockchains and smart contracts, and the more probabilistic machine learning approaches of AI."