A Hunch About bp3 and #BPM

  • November 12, 2009
  • Scott
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If you haven’t used the site, hunch, you might want to give it a look.  Its pretty interesting, as it attempts to crowdsource decisions.  Hunch also does a pretty good job of anticipating your answers to questions based on your previous answers to questions.

Recently Chris Dixon made available a blog widget which can help you understand your readership demographics a bit better (assuming the readers participate!).  I thought I’d give it a try…

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Of course, I see some interesting possibilities for crowdsourcing vendor selection (BPM vendors), or philosophical debates like BPM vs. Business Rules. So I seeded a starting point, that is on Hunch now.  I need to finish adding vendors to it, and I need help from others to add more results, train the results, and add more questions!  (Anyone can login and add questions and results so please contribute! If we get enough contributions and training in, then this decision tree may have statistical significance )

Here’s the link to the BPMS decision helper

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