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  • Round Trip Revisited

    Many business process management initiatives over the world suffer from the same pitfall. Most projects are successful in identifying and

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  • Interaction Profiling: an Object-Oriented Approach to Simplified Business Process Management

    Interaction Profiling is a new paradigm that provides a fresh, object-oriented approach to simplify Business Process Management (BPM). The concept

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    You and your fellow managers and practitioners will gather in one place to share what works and what does not

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  • Making Sense of Holacracy: No Job Titles, No Managers, No Hierarchy

    Most organizations have business structures designed like pyramids. The person at the top makes the most important decisions, which then

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  • The Unified Collaborative Work Environment

    No software vendor offers a single environment supporting all forms of collaboration. However the demand becomes more and more evident.

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Quotes of the Week
March 23, 2015

“The BPMN created by the business analyst to represent the business requirements for implementation often bears little resemblance to the BPMN created by the BPMS developer, which must cope with real-world details of application integration. That not only weakens the business-IT collaboration so central to BPM’s promise of business agility, but it leads to BPMN that must be revised whenever any backend system is updated or changed.”
-Bruce Silver

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