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What Are the Biggest Misconceptions Companies Have About Low-Code/No-Code BPM?

What would you say are the biggest misconceptions companies have about low-code/no-code BPM?...
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Will a Significant Number of Companies Simply Not Be Able to Transform Digitally?

Do you think that digital transformation is such a fundamental shift in the way of doing business that many companies will simply not be able to make the shift?...
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Is the Gap Between IT and Business Still Holding a Lot of Companies Back?

We haven't had a discussion on the gap between IT and business in awhile, so do you think the gap between IT and business is still holding a lot of companies back?...
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Does BPMN Need to Be Overhauled or Thrown Out Altogether?

A question Stuart Chandler brought up awhile ago where he wrote: "There is a more important question and that is whether BPMN needs to be overhauled. Has the industry shifted and a better graphical representation is needed?" What do you thi...
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How Does the Philosophy of 'Move Fast and Break Things' Apply to BPM?

Mark Zuckerberg famously said years ago that his mantra for Facebook was 'Move fast and break things'. While that philosophy is no longer the operating principal at FB, it certainly helped the company rise to dominance. Now that business today is fas...
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What is Your Best BPM Joke?

From Peter Hilton: One area where BPM lags on the maturity curve is the lack of a body of standard BPM jokes. You know, the kind of joke that starts like ‘A business process walks into a bar…’ or ‘How can you tell when there’s a process analyst at...
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How Do You See the Relationship and Interplay Between AI and BPM in the next Few Years?

As AI starts to impact all aspects of our lives, what do you think will be the relationship beween AI and BPM for the next two to three years? ...
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If There Were a List of Worst Practices for BPM Implementations Today, What Would Be on It?

If there were a list of worst practices for BPM implementations, what do you think should be on it?...
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Is BPM Key to Managing the Requirements of the GDPR?

As quite a few folks from Europe attend bpmNEXT, the GDPR, or the General Data Protection Regulation, was a hot topic at the conference. So do you think BPM is key to managing the new requirements of the GDPR?...
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Are Microservices the Future of BPM?

Microservices were another big topic at this year's bpmNEXT. So would you say microservices are the future of BPM?...
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What Are the Biggest Misconceptions Businesses Have About RPA?

Robotic Process Automation remains hotter than ever. So what would you say are the biggest misconceptions companies have about RPA?...
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What Are the Most Misunderstood Terms in BPM?

As the last discussion brought up the different interpretations of the term workflow, what do you think continue to be the most misunderstood or misused terms in BPM?...
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What Implementation of Case Management That You've Seen in Recent Years is Most Deserving of an Award?

The WfMC Awards for Excellence in Case Management are looking for submissions, so with that in mind, what case management implementation that you've seen in the last few years is most deserving of an award and why?...
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What's the First Sign That a Digital Transformation Initiative Is Bound to Fail?

While digital transformation remains a big buzzword, it's been reported that more companies fail at digital transformation than succeed. So what would you say is the first sign that a company's digital transformation initiative is bound for failure?...
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Will BPM Be the Framework for How We Manage and Control Robots?

A point Nathaniel Palmer brought up in his keynote at bpmNEXT, do you think BPM will be the framework for how we manage and control robots?...
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Why Has RPA Been More Successful Than BPM?

Another discussion that came up repeatedly at this year's bpmNEXT: why has robotic process automation done so well in terms of business adoption and interest and in many cases overshadowed BPM?...
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Does There Need to Be a Customer Journey Model Notation?

Customer journey maps were big this year at bpmNEXT, with several companies trying to represent various parts of the customer journey visually. Like BPMN and CMMN, do you think we need a standard Customer Journey Model and Notation?...
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What Are Your BPM Predictions for 2018?

It's that time of year again to look at the year ahead. So what are your BPM predictions for 2018?...
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What Exactly is Low-Code/No-Code BPM?

A question Rachel Brennan brought up in a recent discussion about process modeling and low-code BPM. So how would you define low-code/no-code BPM?...
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What's the First Step a Company Needs to Take to Start Delivering the Highest Level of Customer Experience?

As customer experience is one of the key differentiators in business today, what's the first step a company needs to take to start delivering top level customer service?...
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Is the Idea of One Platform to Run All Your Business Processes No Longer Viable?

RPA, microservices, and digital transformation were big topics at bpmNEXT this year. With so many process choices, is the idea of one platform to run your business processes is no longer a viable choice?...
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How Do You Decide Whether a Robot or a Human Is Better Able to Handle Certain Processes?

Very simply, how do you know if a human or a robot is better able to deal with certain processes?...
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What's Your Favorite Quote About Processes?

Processes have been around for a long time. So what is your favorite business process quote?...
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How Do You Define Automation?

From Karl Walter Keirstead: As automation has been around for a long time in a lot of different forms, how would you define automation?...
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How Much Detail Is Enough When Modeling Processes?

A question John Morris brought up in a recent discussion where he wrote: "It's always a question as to how explicit and detailed a process model should be." So in your experience, how detailed do processes models need to be?...
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Does Content Need Process as Much as Process Needs Content?

From a comment Max Pucher made on this Sandy Kemsley blog where he wrote: "There is no process without content and content without process is waste."...
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Should Continuous Process Improvement Still Be a Goal for the Digital Business?

With all the hype over digital transformation, I haven't seen much discussion lately on continuous process improvement. So do you think continuous process improvement should still be one of the goals of a digital business?...
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What Has Been the Biggest Advancement in the Management Aspect of BPM in the Past Year?

While we often discuss the great many technological advances to processes on this forum, what would you say has been the biggest advancement in the management aspect of BPM of late?...
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When Does a Company Need Customized Processes vs. Standard Off-The-Shelf Processes?

When should a company spend the time to customize processes versus simply using standard off-the-shelf processes?...
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How Do You Think the General Data Protection Regulation Will Impact Processes?

From Ian Gotts: How do you think the GDPR, which is the regulation by which the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European ...
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