Every five years I make a pilgrimage back to Stanford for my Alma mater’s reunion festivities. Not everyone attends these reunions, but I have gone back every five years, and every time I feel like I’ve gotten my money’s worth.
I love how Marco Arment just calls bull on major media or tech media memes. Here he is, recently, calling them out for fabricating an “Android-first” developer movement. Again. It seems every year they trot this out: In other words,
We talk a lot about customer experience at BP3. A recent post by Jason Cohen of WP Engine explains, contrary to conventional wisdom, that pricing determines your business: But I disagree. Price is as important as any other feature to
Clay Richardson’s blog on Forrester posits that Customer Obsession is set to disrupt BPM in 2015: “In 2015, customer-obsession – the relentless focus on winning, retaining, and serving customers – will disrupt and reshape the entire ecosystem for BPM”. Of
Bon Appétit has named the 10 best tacos in Austin. By which, they realistically are talking about the 10 best tacos, period. I love the article and the layout and the explanation. A few corrections (in my humble opinion) to
[Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Prashant Gadgil, one of the most accomplished BPM practitioners in the industry. We are lucky to have his services at BP3, as he has left a trail of successful customers and awards
Apple’s earnings came out a few weeks ago, and I found some of the information revealed to be startling. But what can we learn from it? AAPL Orchard has a great overview of the earnings and some thoughts regarding takeaways.
Bruce has (probably) written more about BPMN than anyone else alive. Maybe more importantly he’s written better about BPMN, more often, than anyone else. He picks up the thread again with two posts recently under the heading “BPMN Explained.” Bruce
Recently saw this news in the AustinStartup blog, about our hosting company, WP Engine. In just about any business, these numbers are exceptionally good: [T]he company has surpassed 23,000 customers with 200,000 + domains, representing a customer increase of 130
The following video highlights how to get started with the Brazos UI Toolkit. Incidentally, it also highlights how Gordon approaches teaching Brazos to customers in our Education offerings for BPM and for Brazos UI. It’s a great way to learn
Such a great read from Union Square Ventures’ Fred Wilson, on Values: Most companies have a mission statement and many have a values statement. But not so many companies live their values so much that they permeate the company and
In any business that is subject to legal or regulatory controls, having a robust governance and auditing process is very important, if not mandatory. A typical example would be a bank that offers financial products, which has to comply with
There’s an argument going on among techies – is it STEM education that is needed or just more computer science? Is it computer science or just programming/coding that is needed? Code.org has a great post about this. They make several