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Social BPM Methodology: The Triple Oxymoron

I consider ‘Social-BPM’ as a combination of Social and BPM software an oxymoron. Social networking and BPM automation are at opposite ends of the human interaction spectrum. BPM flowcharts are decomposed complicated structures and social networks are complex adaptive systems.

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Agile BPM versus Adaptive Case Management: Again?

Why is there an ACM versus BPM debate? There is this assumption that ACM is in some way anti-BPM. This is wrong for a number of reasons. First there is the human interaction between different people, such as various vendors,

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Are we going ‘Social Anything’ by putting lipstick on a pig?

Not so long ago it was named Enterprise 2.0 by Andrew McAfee. A lot of functionality is available today as  standalone messaging, blogging, wikis, and video servers, or Rich Internet Applications for business use. Then various vendors began to move

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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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Max J. Pucher
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