Category Archives: BPM

Business Process Management

Forget Processes, Think Decisions

Peter K.J. Kalmijn from Atos, Netherlands just published an article with this title. “Most organizations still run multiple rigid variations of their core processes. Even ‘dynamic processes’ are predominantly overly complex with multiple paths and complicated routing. This makes them … Continue reading

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Built for Change: Interview with Alan Trefler

Pegasystems has experienced tremendous success in recent years. The stock is up more than 100 percent in the past year, and it is tempting to think of the company as a start-up, perhaps run by a 20-something entrepreneur in the Bay … Continue reading

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OMG Event “BPMN IN ACTION”

The Object Management Group (OMG) invites Business Process Modeling practitioners and interested parties to attend this free innovative and informative meet and greet “BPMN in Action“. Cocktails and light snacks will be served while leading software vendors will demonstrate live the … Continue reading

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bpmNEXT-2017 on Apr 18-20 in Santa Barbara

Now in its fifth year, bpmNEXT is the definitive showcase of the next generation of Business Process Management software – including intelligent operations, the Internet of Things, mobile case management, business decision management, automated process discovery, and goal-directed processes. This … Continue reading

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White-collar workers being replaced by AI?

One Japanese insurance company, Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance, is reportedly replacing 34 human insurance claim workers with “IBM Watson Explorer,” starting by January 2017. The AI will scan hospital records and other documents to determine insurance payouts, according to a … Continue reading

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Business Processes Are Learning to Hack Themselves

Automated process change comes in three main flavors: self-adapting, self-repairing, or a combination of the two. Some organizations are already deploying elements of process change automation using machine learning, while others are developing technologies that lay the foundation for it. … Continue reading

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Addressing Bottlenecks with Theory of Constraints

This presentation describes how to improve organizational performance using The Theory of Constraints created by late Dr. Eli Goldratt and explained in his book, The Goal.  The thought behind Theory of Constraints is that in every organizational system, there is one … Continue reading

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