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Will knowledge work be the only way to stay employed?

The above question appeared a few days ago on BPM.com prompted by a post that suggested as much. I propose however that the perspectives are rather shortsighted. I do not even see BPM as the employee-eating monster as some seem

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Posted in Economy, Executives, Human Resources

An Essay on Reason, Intelligence, and Wisdom

My Subjective Perspective To explain my perspective let me take you back to Dec 27th, 2005. Fooling around with my (adult) kids at the pool I jumped head-first into it, feeling an explosion in my head and a burning pain

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Posted in Adaptive Case Management, Business Architecture, Case Management, Customer Relationship Management, Human Resources

Adaptive Process and Empowerment

I am distinguishing now between Adaptive Case Management – which I see as an enhancement over Case Management and fills the gap to BPM for knowledge workers – and Adaptive Process. Adaptive Process however REPLACES existing BPMS. It enables a

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Making Empowerment Work

Some BPM consultants propose that processes are the most important corporate asset. I disagree because a process is an abstract entity that produces no value. Value is defined by human interaction in the real world. While abstract processes promise to

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Posted in Business Architecture, Executives, Human Resources, People Management, Web 2.0
Max J. Pucher
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