When I first heard I was joining the BPM team, I did what anyone else new to the area would do: I Googled the term BPM, and quickly realized I was entering the world of business process management and not beats per minute or some bank in Italy.
Earlier this year I came out as a Process-oholic and made some resolutions for 2016: Use my process powers only for good Bring process to the people Introduce the next generation of process to the next generation of people Explore process for the digital business transformation I went silent a… Read More →
A portion of a business’ processes are contextual and need to be improvisational in nature. This percentage is growing as the digital business transformation progresses. Because of this, digital business processes are becoming more like improvisational jazz musicians compared to the highly controlled and precise orchestras of our standard business… Read More →
I am happy to announce the newest member of the TIBCO BPM family! TIBCO Nimbus Maps is a brand new software service designed to enable you to define, simplify, share, and change your processes in minutes. For a business to successfully transform or grow, it needs the ability to communicate… Read More →
We have a problem in the BPM world: not everyone loves process as much as we do. My colleague, Rachel Brennan, is a self-confessed process-oholic. I have to admit to being the same. But understanding that very few people in your business share this addiction can really make a difference… Read More →
My best friend was hit by a car a couple of weeks ago. Apart from the shock and panic of knowing someone you’ve spent your whole life growing up with could be hurt, hindsight has made me realize how much we can learn from hospitals.
Connecting with your audience is always a difficult task in any walk of life. Whether it is business, pleasure, or anything in between, getting the right messages to resonate with the audience is often the difference between success and failure. You can have the greatest idea, invention, or product in… Read More →
“Going Mobile” with Rachel Brennan An advantage to being a digital business is that employees are not confined to operating within the four walls of an office building. Digital businesses take full advantage of the advancement in mobile technologies, extending access to corporate resources, such as business processes to employees,… Read More →
I started this year off with a process-oholic bang and made some resolutions to help make 2016 the year of process. For the last twelve days, I have been diligently working on meeting my resolutions. I have had so much more time since my Pilates studio is overrun with people who… Read More →
When I hear people talk about the difference between IT and “the business” within the process space, they’re often only describing the difference between IT and business analysts. Anyone else doesn’t seem to be taken into consideration when running process initiatives.