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BBC Conference 2011 Day 1: It’s all about the business

Day one of the Building Business Capabilities Conference is over and it’s been a revelation in many respects.
First of all, the organisation has been great. Starting with the pre-conference information, the way speakers were taken care of and also how the conference itself put the attendees at the center of things. Next, the tracks and [...]

Join our global survey on process quality

taraneon Process TestLab and the University of Applied Sciences Koblenz, Germany have today launched phase 2 of their survey into the current state and best practices of process quality.
Phase 1 of the survey saw us conduct in-depth interviews with representatives of various companies.
We have now started phase 2 in which we’re asking for your participation [...]

Fix processes first or repair BPMS afterwards?

While I was working on another blogpost, Peter Schoof put this beauty of a question online on the ebizQ forum:
“As Niel Nickolaisen says at SearchCIO, The best BPM implementations focus on keeping things simple, "My ‘fix processes before implementing technology’ attitude has influenced how I view such things as BPM systems." So do you think [...]