Archive for September, 2008

Wishlist: A good promotion process

In this case, I don’t mean promoting people, I mean promoting custom-developed solutions from a development environment to a test environment, and from a test environment to production. Everyone has such a process, but they usually leave a lot to

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Equip the Team

We’ve been a going concern at BP3 since May 2007.  But it doesn’t seem that long ago that I was part of a much larger organization.  I almost forgot how fast a small team can achieve alignment.  In larger organizations,

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Questioning BPM for Financial Services in Current Economy

On a LinkedIn Group I participate in, there was the question posed: “How can BPM Practitioners help Banking and other Financial organizations effectively, in the current scope of situations? Do you believe Financial Regulations will significantly change the way the

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Measurable benefit in BPM. Where is it? Part I

After getting back from the Gartner 2008 BPM Fall Summit in D.C. my intention was to write up a blog about the summit, highlighting the areas I thought were the most interesting. However, instead of the many topics which were covered

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The Economy and Process Improvement

After watching the market gyrate a bit over the last weeks, months… year?… and as a business owner, I get a lot of questions from friends about how the economy is affecting our business, or our customers.  I’d be lying

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Gartner BPM in D.C.

Lance Gibbs, our CEO, was at Gartner’s conference this week.  He’ll have some thoughts to share when he returns next week, but in the meantime, once again Sandy Kemsley comes through with session write-ups on her blog. Look to this

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Appian Forum

Appian had their first user/customer forum this week, and so far the best writeups of the sessions I’ve seen are on Sandy Kemsley’s blog.  We’ll have some thoughts to share as well, but for a session-by-session low-down, this is the

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