Archive for May, 2008

That final push to production

One of our customers has a really interesting set of projects. Each one individually doesn’t have a lot of sizzle to it – just enough ROI to justify doing the project. But collectively, these projects are the backbone of collecting

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Once Upon a Time in Software, a Services Company did Compete

A friend of mine recently asked me about going to work for a software vendor, we’ll call ACME. Well, specifically, what I thought of their prospects in the market, rather than what it is like to work there (after all,

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What’s this BPM doing in my SOA?

So you attended a technology conference one year and heard all about Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), and how your organization needs to devise an implementation plan now. Then the following year, Business Process Management (BPM) is all the buzz. Do

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Not Just Another Definition of BPM

I am not going to give yet another definition of BPM. That has been played out like DeLorean gull-wing doors. Everyone has a definition and in most cases they say mostly the same thing, and then the definition is changed

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A good dust-up in BPM

Not too long ago Jim Rudden posted a fun read at Lombardi’s Blog Site, and Bruce Silver responded with an equally good post here. I couldn’t resist commenting on Bruce’s post…  I hope he won’t mind since I haven’t been

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Defining a BPM Framework for BP3

[author’s note:  we’re going to publish a number of blog posts that reveal our thought process behind what we do.  I guess you could call it looking backstage or behind the curtain.  I think this formulation is particularly interesting at

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Flournoy Henry joins BP3

Recently, Flournoy Henry joined the BP3 team. Flournoy is an 18-year veteran from Aflac, where he was deeply involved in the business and information technology of the insurance business. In his last four years, he has been a BPM catalyst

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