Human Interfaces to BPM

  • April 3, 2011
  • Scott
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John Reynolds outlines key user interfaces for BPM:

  • Task Notification Interfaces
  • To-Do List Interfaces
  • Task Completion Interfaces
  • Process Status Interfaces
  • Participant Workload Interfaces
  • Process History Interfaces

We could group these together around a few basic principles:

  1. Executing the instance of the process (task notification, task completion)
  2. Managing a set of process instances (to-do list, status, workload)
  3. Improving the process itself (process history, as well as, obviously, tools provided with the BPMS that are focused on authoring)

If you’re not sure whether you’ve covered your bases for UI for your processes, John’s blog is a good place to start.  Good thoughts and explanation around each interface type.

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