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4 Reasons “low-code” Platform Adoption is on the Rise

4 Reasons “low-code” Platform Adoption is on the Rise | Living Process | Scoop.it

“Low-code” application platforms o accelerate delivery of applications, help organizations respond to customer requests faster, and fostercollaboration between departments.

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Jolanta Pilecka of Bizagi has a point. No code is a no go. Low code for the Living Process! via @BPMLeader

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Shift from continuous improvement to continuous innovation | Brad Power

Shift from continuous improvement to continuous innovation | Brad Power | Living Process | Scoop.it

Continuous improvement can be a little bit like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic if your business is in the process of being disrupted by fast-moving digital innovators...

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Why all customer-driven companies need to innovate to get ahead of disruption...and how continuous improvement and innovation go together. Nice video interview with Brad Power at @PEXNetwork

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CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: HELL ON EARTH? (KATHERINE KIRK) - LKCE13

We all seem to love the term ’continuous improvement’ - which is an honourable intention. But in reality ’continuous improvement’ can be hell on earth.  - e.g. to always be ’not good enough’. This talk reflects on what continuous improvement really feels like on the ground and explores how we might want to approach 'getting better'.

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Katherine Kirk suggests that sustainable, innovative application solutions require: aspiration, investigation, judiciousness.

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2014: Disrupt or Die - Wired

2014: Disrupt or Die - Wired | Living Process | Scoop.it

In this process, speed is the key. Success isn't linear; instead, it encompasses a multitude of decision points, with which we must experiment early, fail early, and reap the rewards from an iterative methodology.

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and fast feedback is key for iterative methodology...not a rigid  process

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Business Process Improvement: Questioning the Status Quo

Business Process Improvement: Questioning the Status Quo | Living Process | Scoop.it
Last summer I had the great pleasure to give a seminar at Vlerick Business School in Leuven, Belgium. As part of my visit the local BPM research group conducted a video interview on the topic of Pr...
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Michael zur Muehlen gives a video interview and discusses the relationship between process improvement and process innovation. Creativity rocks!

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Jim Sinur: Internet Of Things and Process Yields Big Dividends Together

Jim Sinur: Internet Of Things and Process Yields Big Dividends Together | Living Process | Scoop.it

Combining the Internet of Things (IoT) with process will be a big deal throughout the next 5 years or more. I have already seen the benefit of the combination of the two...

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More interesting ideas about the increasing role to be played by the Internet of Things + BPM. "In advanced situations resources can collaborate in a machine to machine (M2M) fashion, a human to human fashion (H2H), a human to machine fashion (H2M) or a machine to human fashion (M2H). All of these styles can interact with each other to accomplish business outcomes."

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The Millennials & Processes: The Engine for Creative Collaboration

The Millennials & Processes: The Engine for Creative Collaboration | Living Process | Scoop.it
1) Generation Y aka the Millennials:   The networked generation place a great importance on communicating and sharing at each stage of their decision-making processes in their personal lives, what is this generation looking for when it comes to...
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Millennials, Gen Y and process. "Traditional processes were historically dominated by structured processes (doing by design), but more of the work today is much less structured (design by doing)." The next generation(s) will own Living Process.

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Jean-Marie Grange's curator insight, March 21, 2014 11:12 AM

Jim Simur blog post about Process flexibility

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Make Your Organization Anti-Fragile

Make Your Organization Anti-Fragile | Living Process | Scoop.it
For some orgs, dealing with big disruption is not so different from everyday problem-solving.
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A recent blog post from Brad Power led us back to this earlier one. His thoughts about biological resiliency resonate with some of our ideas about "living process:" "Rather than being controlled through rigid command structures, employees at all levels are trained every day to be quick problem-solvers."

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Next Generation BPM in California - BPM-Guide

Next Generation BPM in California - BPM-Guide | Living Process | Scoop.it
The bpmNEXT is definitely the place to be for both leading analysts and innovative vendors in the global BPM market. And besides that, a great opportunity to meet all those very smart and friendly guys and girls that have ...
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Looking forward into the future of BPM. Excellent conference, great people.

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