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Business Process Management is primarily an attitude

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The attitude for the adoption of Business Process Management is demonstrated in a movie here.

A consultant enumerates the charateristics of BPM on which 2 managers react differently.

Application ontology

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I had too many questions on how application ontologies, also called executional ontologies, work.

The solution was to produce a video which would deal with the repetitive job :)

Application ontologies: Knowledge based, event driven, data centric interoperable process execution.

Where processes meet semantic technologies

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A video on the subject is posted on YouTube.

One missing element to understand my message is the pragmatics. Therefore the intention is built here, based on what I experience too regularly.

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From crisis to hypercrisis with the crisismanager

A company came into difficulties and appointed a crisis manager. That crisis manager was demonstrating an abundance of activities, where-under a restructuring program.

The restructuring program consisted of 7 projects of which 1 cost cutting project, 1 major IT project and several improvements projects related to the functional organisation.

The crisis manager had heard Business Process Management was a good methodology to support the program (7 projects) and a means to achieve quick wins. After the projects were launched, it was asked to provide an opinion. What I discovered was:

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Games where the throne of the organisation is at stake

What happened in a time span of 30 years during which the values ruling business changed.

In the seventies I learned a corporation has responsibilities towards many stakeholders, society as a whole was one of them, and not the least. In the beginning of the twenty-first century the cry 'greed is good' is shouted over an economic graveyard where trust is the least available asset. Particularly where one would expect it: in the finance industry.

This article treats the bi-polar view on the forces in power of an organisation, the differences, the context within which they appeared, the threats they represent and finally what could be done to reduce the risks involved in each of the approaches.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 August 2014 04:48

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