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People Management versus Process Management

In recent discussions the proposition was made that my disagreement with BPM came from discussing people management issues in process management. While I totally agree that as an executive my focus is people management I propose that there should not be a

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Productivity and Process Management

Over the years I had multiple discussions with process management experts who claimed that the increase in productivity that can be seen in economy statistics is related to the use of process management software. I do not see that as

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Posted in Economy, People Management

The Wisdom of the Great Shaman of Kuusamo

Coming in from the freezing cold of the night into the tent made my goggles fog up. That and dim light of the few logs burning at the fireplace in the center made it hard to see. There were a

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The Risk in the Beauty of Value

I read a lot of blog posts and I comment on many. I also have always quite a few discussions going on in places like LinkedIn. I try (but usually don’t manage) to keep my own posts short, because attention

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Gartner Group 2020: The De-routinization of Work

Not so long ago I had an inquiry call with Tom Austin, vice president and Gartner fellow. We talked about the Information Workplace and my approach that businesses are not predictable, decomposable structures, but complex adaptive systems like everything that

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Perceptions are Reality!

Recently, I had a long phone conversation with a gentleman who knows what he is talking about: Michael Krigsman. His core interest are the causes and prevention of IT failures in the enterprise software industry. His background in developing tools

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Can Game Theory Improve Business Strategy?

Because of my previous post, I discovered a book called ‘The Art of Strategy’ by Dixit and Nalebuff. I had read their first book called ‘Thinking Strategically’ published in 1993. Its focus is game theory applications in business discussing bargaining,

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