Archive for June, 2008

Putting the Band Back Together

The other day an old friend dropped me an email.  He wanted to talk.  The next day we got on the phone and and we spent some time catching up.  This is someone I’d been trying to hire for years,

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Driven 2008 Update

Well, Lombardi’s Driven 2008 conferences is over.  We’ll be posting a few thoughts over the next few days, but we wanted to take a step back to digest what we saw, heard, and discussed.  While I fully expected great content

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Greg Harley Joins BP3

Greg Harley is joining BP3 on Monday.  He’s had a long and some might say, glorious, career in the software business.  More recently, Greg has been doing some identity management work for Beacon, here in Austin.  Prior to that, Greg

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From Pilot to Program

Fahad Osmani, a colleague and friend over at Lombardi, wrote a good post today on the Lombardi Blog.  I put a comment over there but it is a moderated blog so it may take a while to show up.  The

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Lombardi Driven 2008: One Week

We’re one week away from Lombardi’s Driven 2008. We’re looking forward to it for more than one reason this year. Of course we’re excited to see what Lombardi has cooking in the R&D labs, and we’re looking forward to reconnecting

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BP3's Updated Service Offering

We’ve updated our service offering. No, we’re not actually doing different things out there in the field, but we’re working toward explaining it better. We’ll continue to explain in a series of blog posts and updates to our content. We

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BPM Expert Certification

Last year, OMG made some significant advances in specifications in BPM-related spaces. We now have a BPMN 1.1 spec, a beta of the BPDM (Business Process Definition Metamodel) spec for data representation of BPMN models, and two interesting business-oriented models,

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