Category Archive for "Flournoy Henry"


Keeping it on the Rails

Every BPM project or initiative starts off with good intentions. Leverage the Process technology,deliver value faster, better, cheaper, and keep delivering. Often there’s training, methodology shift conversations, work streams; and then something happens! Old traditions creep in, fear of the unknown,

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Oh the Places You’ll Go

We started BP3 in 2007, and bootstrapped it from just the two of us, to a team, to a company.  We used to quote Blues Brothers on a regular basis, “putting the band back together”…. because we felt like we

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Flournoy Henry – Famous BPM Author at #ibmimpact

Flournoy Henry was part of the Redbook team that created the “Scaling BPM Adoption” Redbook. It is an important Redbook in that it lays out the coda for getting from project to program.  We’re proud to be in possession of

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New IBM Redbook: Scaling BPM Adoption

Our very own Flournoy Henry recently contributed to a new IBM Redbook: “Scaling BPM Adoption from Project to Program with IBM Business Process Manager” : Your first Business Process Management (BPM) project is a crucial first step on your BPM

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BPM and the Promise that is Insurance

Not too long ago we were talking with an insurance company about claims processing and BPM.  Flournoy Henry, with years of experience in the Insurance business, thought he’d share a little bit of our perspective on the topic of BPM

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