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Adaptive Process versus The Sourcerer’s Apprentice

The BPM adjective war proliferates once more. I already commented on it in 2009 in ‘Agile-, AdHoc-, Dynamic-, Social-, or Adaptive BPM’¬†Since then more and more adjectives are being added to describe variants of process functionality in simplistic terms. Too

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The Social BPM Handbook 2011

I was recently invited to participate in the ‘Social BPM Handbook 2011’ to be published by Future Strategies in June 2011. This is an important subject covered by a great collection of expert articles. Nevertheless, I need to say that

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The Social Workplace on your iPad

The upcoming yearend fuels the predictions on the future of process and content management and social collaboration. Most are however focused on the features of the various software product categories and not on the needs of the business user. Even

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Posted in Adaptive Case Management, Adaptive Process, Mobile and Tablets, Social Media, Web 2.0

Pierre Simon LaPlace and the BPM Demon

I suggest that BPM ought to come with a large, bright-yellow warning sticker. Let me lead you through my thinking that started with a number of posts on the subject of Adaptive Case Management versus Business Process Management. First there

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Agile-, AdHoc-, Dynamic-, Social-, or Adaptive BPM

I am pleased to inform you that we have just published ‘Mastering the Unpredictable’ with the substantial support of Keith Swenson, and it is not too soon. The subject of adaptive processes is heating up as you might have read.

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Gartner Group predicts Adaptive Process Trend

After posting this, I now realize that I need to thank analyst Janelle Hill (and colleagues) for making their predictions on BPM despite my disappointments with Gartner Group in the past. As a matter of fact, they are now validating

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Posted in Adaptive Process, analysts, Application Lifecycle, BPM, Process

Adaptive Process Defined!

Following discussions in the LinkedIn ACM Group I am presenting here the shortest possible definition of Adaptive Process. I propose that it involves three distinct paradigm shifts: Adaptive Process is a productive system that deploys not only the organization and

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