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BPM Group: Business logic - part of 'process', part of 'task', or 'it depends'?

Hi all I am a developer of business/accounting software. I write with medium-sized companies in mind, but the software should be usable by smaller and larger companies as well. I have started a complete rewrite, to be released as Open Source when ready. Among other design criteria, I have decided...read more
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posted 5 years 27 weeks ago
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The process as you have defined it seems muddled. Do you validate the customer number as soon as it is entered? Sending an order at this point, for approval by a manager seems pointless because the...read more
Authored by: Frank Millman |  Originally published on August 5 2010 | 19 total posts

SOA Group: Is it more efficient to develop web services in all SOA projects in the same way?

When developing any kind of software, how its developed boils down to certain factors like changing requirements and project scope. However, from one SOA project to another, these factors seem to be more or less the same regardless of whether BPM is involved or not. If that is the case, would it...read more
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posted 5 years 29 weeks ago
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What seems to be interesting is that many of the respondents share similar experiences relating to their SOA projects, and the development of web services - suggesting that web service development is...read more
Authored by: vj madhal |  Originally published on July 22 2010 | 1 total posts

BPM Group: Choreography vs. Orchestration

Is there a standard definition of Choreography & Orchestration? I have found some definitions online, but they don’t seem consistent... anyone using a common definition that I can leverage with my team.read more
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posted 5 years 15 weeks ago
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I agree with "downesc" that a better musical metaphor for the process concepts that you want to capture is the comparison between playing an orchestral (particularly classical) piece vs. playing jazz...read more
Authored by: Mohammed Al-Marimi |  Originally published on July 6 2010 | 15 total posts

BPM Group: Buisness Process Modeling Cost

Hi, Often the time and effort which is spent in doing PROPER business process modeling is ignored, underestimated and not budgeted by the project team. It is only when it comes to model processes, that people realize it may have a non-negligeable cost. I'm trying to see if some of you have some...read more
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posted 5 years 31 weeks ago
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The above discussions have focused on modeling the HAPPY DAY scenario i.e. the model in which everything goes the way you want it to go 100% of the time. But bad things happen during a process. If...read more
Authored by: Azzedine Toufir |  Originally published on June 23 2010 | 5 total posts

BPM Group: Killer Customer Question

Here's a question that was proposed by Phil McKinney, VP of Innovation Labs at Hewlett Packard. It probably is one of his killer questions. "What is that customers do not like about buying your product?" As a BPM consultant, , I know customers don't like that the process improvement "takes so...read more
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posted 5 years 32 weeks ago
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sorry for the second post - my computer had a hiccup and posted the same message twice and it won't let me delete the second messageread more
Authored by: Shelley Sweet |  Originally published on June 10 2010 | 3 total posts

BA Group: Can transformation happen without BA and OCM?

I've seen many business transformation efforts over the years; some more successful than others. The more successful transformation efforts were those that considered the people, processes, and technology involved in the change - not just the people as is often the case in "organizational" change...read more
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posted 5 years 35 weeks ago
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As I read this thread, I find myself not in disagreement, and yet wanting to see the list of critical ingredients required for transformation more complete. The first additional, critical...read more
Authored by: Geoffrey Balmes |  Originally published on June 10 2010 | 6 total posts

BA Group: BA and the Open Group/OMG BASIG knowledge bases

In the "BA Strategy and Value" discussion elsewhere in the Business Architecture forum, this topic has arisen repeatedly. Reference has been made in one instance, as follows: "There is a vast body of knowledge that reaches across many of the white papers, OMG postings, and training material that...read more
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posted 5 years 35 weeks ago
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There are several subgroups of the Business Architecture Special Interest Group (BASIG) at the OMG, working on different parts of the agenda William Ulrich laid out in an earlier post. I am working...read more
Authored by: Frank Millar |  Originally published on June 7 2010 | 1 total posts

OP Group: Executive Sponsorship - How do you get it and what do they do?

Executive Sponsorship is so important, but organizations do it many different ways. What I find is that choosing the right sponsor, and being clear on what they do is critical. So how does your organization find sponsors at the process level and for the organization? And what critical value do...read more
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posted 4 years 34 weeks ago
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One thing that is absolutely critical (and something that you can help with) is that your sponsor understand that they need to support the effort <in its entirety>. They need to understand...read more
Authored by: Shelley Sweet |  Originally published on June 4 2010 | 2 total posts

BA Group: Who owns the Business Capability Map?

I recently attended the Forrester IT Forum 2010 in Las Vegas, NV and I asked one of the senior Forrester analyst (who spoke about using Capability Maps to bridge the business-I.T. divide) a question that's been bugging me for some time. To sum it up, a (business) capability map is sort of your "...read more
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posted 5 years 35 weeks ago
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William, JD, Andrew William hit the nail on its head: "there is never a crystal clear view of the business. " And that is precisely the problem with all structural business and IT issues, and the...read more
Authored by: Andrew Guitarte, DBA, PMP, CBAP |  Originally published on June 2 2010 | 12 total posts

SOA Group: Is SOA acting as an enabler for your Business Intelligence efforts?

BI requires the gathering of, providing access to, and analyzing of data in order to help users make better business decisions. The Data Services Layer created to solve the “integration” problem using Service Oriented Integration has an important secondary usage; it also lays the...read more
Authored by: Sumeet Vij |  Originally published on May 25 2010 | 0 total posts

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