BPM Quotes of the Week - October 5, 2015

“I think it's absolutely key to have an actionable process management agenda in place. An agenda that includes all your high impact processes and points out which of those high impact processes are of low maturity compared to competitors. Those high impact, low maturity processes are the best targets.”
-Mathias Kirchmer

From the BPM Forum

“We have found that there is an upper limit to how much you can improve a process by focusing only on the process and its rules. To really add value, especially to make it more effective (not just more efficient) you need to understand and manage the decisions within the process.”
-James Taylor

“As we move forward I see really elegant rules capabilities enabling Power Users to create and dictate straight through processing. BPM continues to expand and excite.”
-Garth Knudson

“Business rules are about to go big time, rising in importance as a means of evaluating and analysing real time data streams from IoT devices.”
-Peter Whibley

“I think we're going to see a fundamental shift in BPM driven by Cognitive Computing powered insights, and I see Business Rules as being one of the primary mechanisms for guiding the ‘Cognitor’.”
-John Reynolds

“Case management (which is a BPM application) solves coordination-related business problems. Referring to my list of coordination techniques (see ref1), case management is good for the following coordination techniques:”
* knowledge-based
* community-based or social knowledge
* goal-based
* managerial
* assembling cascade
-Dr. Alexander Samarin

“Case management is therefore the addition of a new one-to-many process management capability as a first class citizen of a BPM product. Without such technological innnovation, process customization must be implemented by hand, complexity escalates likely exponentially, and the project will fail on costs.”
-John Morris

“Any goal-driven, milestone-driven, event-driven, data-persistent business problem that requires design at runtime may find consistent support with a Case Management solution.”
-Bogdan Nafornita