Archive for July, 2008

BP3 at OMG ThinkTank 2008: Chicago & Amsterdam

Lance and I are going to be at OMG ThinkTank in October (October 6-7, 2008), and then again at OMG Think Tank in Europe (November 11-12, 2008).  Lance is hosting a Round Table on Managing Complexity, and I’ll be hosting

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Lombardi's Blueprint Summer Release

Overview and What’s NewWe had a chance to see Lombardi’s latest Blueprint release at Driven last week.  We’ve used Blueprint before in earlier versions, but after revisiting it this time around, there are definite, significant improvements.  I thought we’d share

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BP3 at Gartner’s Business Process Management Summit 2008

I will be working with a partner colleague to lead a workshop, as part of Gartner’s Workshop Series, this year in Washington DC. I didn’t get a chance to make last year’s session but heard anecdotally it was well represented.

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Why use BPM over other workflow tools?

An interesting question was raised at the recent Lombardi Driven 2008 Conference. The question was (and I paraphrase): I am new to Teamworks, but I have a number of content management, asset management, approval and other systems that all have

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Standardizing core processes…shouldn’t this be easy!?!

If your company has already ventured down this road you probably realize that standardizing processes, especially core business processes is in fact NOT easy. There are many reasons why this is a heck of a lot harder than one may think.

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Building the distributed team

We just had our first internal videoconference between HQ and our Atlanta office.  Well, that’s how we like to refer to Flournoy when we’re not calling him BP3-East.  We made the decision to invest in Videoconferencing equipment because it is

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