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Tweet I am not the type that regularly keeps up with discussions on LinkedIn groups. I want to be that type, though. Unfortunately a rather erratic work schedule, frequent travel, waves of intense 12-14 hour workdays for weeks make it rather tough to be that type. I manage to drop by some groups whenever I […]

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Tweet Very thought provoking question on the ebizQ forum today: “What is the biggest barrier to companies starting a BPM project?” Tweet

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Tweet Last week I’d written on how having a well thought-out change mgt program is critical for BPM success. As a first step, a BPM program has to overcome what I’d like to call BPM Inertia.  Defn. of Inertia from Physics  – The tendency of a body to preserve its state of rest or of […]

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Tweet Michael Vizard says in his article, The Trouble with IT isn’t Really IT, “….In reality, IT is little more than a reflection of the business it supports. If the IT department is a mess, it’s likely because the business it is trying to support is an even bigger mess.” Very interesting thought – and […]

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Tweet   A ‘life-changing’ event that occurred sometime late February has beamed me to CT, and has had me completely off my blog, practically cutting me off from all my friends on Twitter and in general the #bpm fraternity. The event? A BPM project! Tweet

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Tweet So it appears we really are pulling out of the recession – albeit cautiously. A new release by IDC says, “there are plenty of positive signs in the market index – the stock market and U.S. economic forecasts are up, inflation remains under control, and even U.S. unemployment appears to have hit bottom," Interestingly, […]

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Tweet Writing code is art. It is creativity. It is being creator. It is being Yehudi Menuhin, standing in front of a hundred artists playing different instruments making different sounds, yet purposefully orchestrating them, fusing them, blending them all into sound that transforms to reach your ears as brilliant music. The greatness then lies not […]

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Tweet Been working on Intalio over the past few weeks – a great tool for sure. Some features are very intuitive, but others do take time to get comfortable with. The forums have some useful tips & some screencasts. Does not look like there is any documentation though – Intalio offers their own training workshops […]

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Tweet   The story of BPM got more exciting this year as the recession hit the peak – almost all mainstream BPM vendors posted impressive results. As the year comes to a close the news of Lombardi being acquired by IBM has pushed up the excitement around BPM further and there’s been a tremendous buzz […]

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Tweet   Salesforce.com’s announcement of the launch of Chatter, an enterprise networking platform has got me quite excited.  It is a very nicely blended-in social media features extension to salesforce.com. Considering the possibilities that it holds, I would even go to the extent of saying this is bound to become something of a landmark of […]

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Tweet   If you are a BPM professional, you know engagements with customers can be really different. In fact you know they need to be really different compared to a traditional App Dev SDLC. The success of any BPM project would depend on how well concerned teams and service provider understand this. The differences may […]

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Tweet There’s a lot of excitement over at The Gartner BPM Summit and some very interesting questions and thoughts are being exchanged. Since the event began, some of those have been coming out already through tweets and blogs. Sandy, as usual, has been live-blogging and that’s been a great gift to people like me who […]

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Tweet The need for standards to allow interoperability of process models has been felt for long. XPDL2.1 has been one standard modeling notation. OMG has been working on the BPMN2.0 standard for sometime and probably the first product vendor to announce support of this format is Lombardi. Check out their press release announcing this. Tweet

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Tweet Dr. Rosemann blogs about using BPM and Twitter, Sandy adds some more insight, blogs and tweets, people blog, comment and tweet for a bit and in less than a week, a BPM product Vendor releases a new Feature! Talk about the influence of Social Media on Social Media!! Tweet

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Tweet Pega’s result has emphasized an increasing belief in the value of investing in BPMS despite tough times. Pega’s license revenue went up 61% from the first half of 2008. This growth is perhaps more than the growth the market itself has seen. Organisations are really interested in not just cost savings, but also becoming […]

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