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Digital, customers, data: the strategy connection that you must understand

Digital, customers, data: the strategy connection that you must understand | Living Process | Scoop.it

"When trying to paint the whole ‘digital picture’ the first question we need to tackle, of course, is: what is digital technology, anyway, and what makes it different from good old IT?"

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What digital technology means for business: "a digital strategy is not the same thing as a customer strategy, and it’s not the same thing as an operations and management strategy, nor the same thing as a products and services strategy." Living Process should land squarely in the digital technology space...

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Is the Internet of Things strategic to the enterprise? - ZDNet

Is the Internet of Things strategic to the enterprise? - ZDNet | Living Process | Scoop.it

Few are disputing the growth of connected devices of all kinds -- from office equipment to smartdust -- will be historic. But will it be critical to the survival and growth of the enterprise?

Living Process's insight:

As the strategic importance of The Internet of Things grows, how will Living Processes integrate people, data, process, and...stuff?

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Jim Sinur: The Digital Organization is Context Savvy

Jim Sinur: The Digital Organization is Context Savvy | Living Process | Scoop.it

Is Your Organization Operating in a Bubble?

Living Process's insight:

Context is king. Understanding where and how you fit actually matters, both in outcome and in execution.

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How Big of a Role Do You See Process Apps Playing in BPM?

How Big of a Role Do You See Process Apps Playing in BPM? | Living Process | Scoop.it


via Peter Schoof:  "Found this comment by Peter Whibley interesting: People search for solutions to problems rather than platforms. Which is another reason why the process app market, underpinned by BPM and Case Management, will begin to dominate."

Living Process's insight:

Interesting conversation about the future (and present!) of process applications. Living applications vs platforms? What do you think?

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Living process - empowering end users | Bonitasoft | Open Source Workflow & BPM software

Living process - empowering end users | Bonitasoft | Open Source Workflow & BPM software | Living Process | Scoop.it

"What have I learned from 5 years of deploying business process management projects?"

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Some thoughts about Living Process, from Bonitasoft consultant Olivier Delcroix

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Using Employee Communication as a Business Process to Improve Financial Results

Angela D. Sinickas, ABC

Living Process's insight:

Better information sharing is correlated with higher ROI; wide employee knowledge of strategy is correlated with higher profitability. Building communication and strategy information into business processes is key to Living Process

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Managing in the era of disposable apps: things they didn't teach you in college - ZDNet

Managing in the era of disposable apps: things they didn't teach you in college - ZDNet | Living Process | Scoop.it

For starters, IT needs to worry less about applications and code, and more about what it means for the business. by Joe McKendrick for ZDNet

Living Process's insight:

"The use of API integration allows service brokers to quickly integrate the components,...[but] technology alone will not magically address these challenges. Along with strategic business skills, IT departments will assume roles in alternative solution research, planning, procurement, sourcing, integration, and negotiation." The future of the Living Process in the hands of the IT wizards!

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Communication is Not a Fairy Tale | Switch and Shift

Communication is Not a Fairy Tale | Switch and Shift | Living Process | Scoop.it

"Once upon a time, NYFM (Not-Your-Father’s-Manufacturer)...decided they needed to drastically change in order to grow and be around many more decades. So, they created a highly disruptive ‘bet-your-career’ strategic plan. And they lived happily ever after.


Really? How many stories like this have that happy ending?

Living Process's insight:

In the more-realistic-version of the fairy tale that follows in Deb Mills-Scofield's article, "tools [are provided] to communicate the [strategic] plan, tie it to daily work, reinforce its importance, impact and relevance, including materials and collateral so the plan was a constant “presence” in each facility." Sharing strategic planning though the business's "living" processes should be part of that picture

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