Why Winning Matters


Industry Awards offer many benefits to enhance corporate performance from the boardroom to the frontline. Outstanding work merits recognition and attention – and the benefits that go with them.

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Kill Your Darlings - Part 2


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?

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Kill Your Darlings

Starting a business Transformation process can be a giddy experience: it is for me. You’ve finally gotten buy in from the powers that be: you’ve brought in your data, and you’ve make your case, and people are finally listening. You have their attention, and they finally, finally see the value of Process.

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Cognitive Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation

As Shawn Dubravac wrote in Digital Destiny, “Humanity is entering a new era. Beyond the mere acquisition of ever more digital devices with ever more incredible functionality, the immediate future will usher in the all-digital lifestyle and an ‘Internet of Everything.’ The transformation of our lives will be breathtaking.”

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Simplified CMN: A Modest Proposal

Simplified CMN

At the recent bpmNEXT2016 Conference, I had the opportunity to put forward a proposal for consideration by the BPM industry insiders present that a simpler, streamlined version of the Case Management Model & Notation (CMMN) v1.0 from the Object Management Group (OMG) could be used to encourage adoption of its use.

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BPMN Potential Is Yet To Be Unlocked

BPMN Potential

Lloyd Dugan from BPM.com has proposed a simplified CMMN at the recent bpmNEXT conference in Santa Barbara. The initial point of his presentation was the statement that BPMN isn’t well suited for modeling event-intensive scenarios. They require event subprocesses and ad-hoc subprocesses that are obscure for users and aren’t well supported by BPM vendors.

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