Monthly Archives: December 2015

Are your BPM process steps being served?


Anyone remember the British sitcom “Are you being served” broadcast between 1972 and 1985 on BBC1? No one needs to ask this in respect of BPM workflow steps because rules ensure that soon as one structured step is committed, the … Continue reading

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Life in the BPM fast lane . . .


If you are a BPM practitioner who has moved beyond end-to-end process management, you are probably familiar with “Adaptive Case Management” or ACM. ACM is practiced in a run-time environment called “Case”, (not “Use Case”), capable of hosting any number … Continue reading

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