June 28, 2013
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Highlighting Appian 7.2 Functionality – Records

With the conclusion of a fantastic Appian World 2013 – coinciding with the unveiling of a new version of Appian – Appian 7.2 – it is [...]
May 9, 2013
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The BPM Field of Dreams & End-User Adoption

While walking in his cornfield, Kevin Costner’s character “Ray Kinsella” in the movie “Field of Dreams” hears a voice – and in our case [...]
January 7, 2013
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BPM and Rules Engines

Much ado has been made about the inclusion of “rules engines” within modern BPM suites, but all rules engines aren’t created equal. Some rules [...]
January 7, 2013
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iBPMS – Right for Your Enterprise?

Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant for BPM attempts to change the game by evaluating BPM tools’ alignment with their vision of “IBO” [...]
January 3, 2013
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2013 New Year’s Resolution – Implement Mobile Business Process Management (BPM)

As the big hand joins the small hand at midnight, the ball drops and comes to a rest, and the colorful paper confetti rains down from [...]
October 12, 2012
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Simple vs Complex – The Correct Decision!

Congratulations! Your company’s Business Process Management (BPM) initiative is officially underway and off the ground. As you roll-up your [...]
August 15, 2012
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Case Management & BPM

There is an ongoing debate about whether Case Management is really BPM or is it completely separate. This is beyond polemics as a company that may [...]
July 23, 2012
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BPMS vs. ERP

The whispers are getting louder and the proclamations more brazen… BPMS vendors believe their packages can replace SAP and other ERP systems. [...]
July 21, 2012
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Principles of Lean Six Sigma are Drivers for BPM success (Part 1)

Enterprises have created pockets of automation and process improvement using BPM, Lean Six Sigma and numerous data repositories. All these [...]
December 11, 2011
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Process Layers – the Unsung Hero of Process Design

I have seen many a process diagram, one of the things that I have come to realize over the course of the years is just how [...]
June 2, 2011
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Cloud Security and the Role of Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt

Today’s companies are understandably concerned about securing their systems and their employees’ and customers’ data; [...]
January 21, 2011
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BPM and SOA Synergy

This is my first installment into the BPM and SOA Synergy topic. There are many resources discussing this topic and one would expect that most [...]
January 14, 2011
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Social Business Collaboration

Your customers are talking about your business every day. Do you have provisions for Social Business Collaboration in your process? Are you [...]
October 21, 2010
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Document Management as Process Attachments

Can Document Management can be made easy by Process Attachments? The key point in this solution is that document management can be achieved through [...]
October 18, 2010
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Project Debt: Recognize and Mitigate Effects

As typical to most new endeavors, we find ourselves urgently seeking short-term goals and immediate turnaround on investment. Management wishes [...]
October 18, 2010
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Single Sign On with Centralized Authentication Services

Today’s enterprise environment where multiple user interfacing subsystems are exposed through composite interface solutions like portals, creates [...]
July 11, 2010
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Custom versus Off-The-Shelf

Modifying the Lombardi Teamworks’ Coach brings the project very close to the intersection of two paths. Custom versus Off-The-Shelf software [...]
June 26, 2010
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Process Modeling or Software Development

Which is the best path for building out new process models? Following the path of least resistance is your best bet in most circumstances for [...]
May 29, 2010
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IT Transformation, EA, and the Cloud (Part 2)

Let’s refer back to the list we included in the first post in this series on IT Transformation: Define the enterprise architecture – how the [...]
May 29, 2010
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IT Transformation, EA, and the Cloud (Part 1)

What roles does your IT organization play? Is that list of roles aligned with what its list of roles will be in 2015… or even 2013? [...]

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