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The Future of BPM: 7 Predictions

The Future of BPM: 7 Predictions | Living Process | Scoop.it
Some creative, amusing ideas about the future of BPM (Business Process Management) that may surprise you.
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via @elistutz: "We are all in for marvelous surprises in the field of BPM, and when they arrive, we'll be asking ourselves how we ever managed without them."

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A tale of two BPM conferences

A tale of two BPM conferences | Living Process | Scoop.it

A few weeks back I had the privilege to attend two BPM conferences pretty much back to back: bpmNEXT...and IQPC PEX Process Transformation week...

Living Process's insight:

"We’re reaching a stage in business process practice maturity where it’s becoming widely understood and accepted that there is no one approach that is going to yield improvement in every situation." Interesting peek at the future, as usual from Neil-Ward Dutton.

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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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…and it’s only the Second Year into the Teens…

 
You might find this funny, and maybe even somewhat disjointed in logic, but the IT industry after all these years, is now going through its teen years and it appears to have all the makings of ‘teenage’ as we know it.
Living Process's insight:

Great analogy here - "three critical aspects that matter most in dealing with this phase, – ‘Immediacy’, ‘Transparency’ and ‘Listening’…

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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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Adopting a “Living Process” Mentality – Break Free of the Rigidity

Adopting a “Living Process” Mentality – Break Free of the Rigidity | Living Process | Scoop.it
Over the years, organizations have created "business processes" mainly to rein in the chaos that has proliferated inside their operations. They have installed BPM tools to automate their processes and make sure tasks can be repeated successfully over and over again.
Living Process's insight:

Bonitasoft's Mac MacConnell shared some thoughts on Living Process thinking on the bpm.com blog

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Social Media Meets Social Collaboration. Or Not.

My fellow Enterprise Irregular Susan Scrupski posted last month on the split between enterprise initiatives in social media (external-facing marketing) and social collaboration (mostly internal work production and knowledge sharing) – apparently...
Living Process's insight:

the challenge: "there’s a combination of technology and corporate culture that needs to allow for the direct connection of external social media and internal social collaboration."

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The Future of BPM ~ Future of CIO

The Future of BPM ~ Future of CIO | Living Process | Scoop.it
The process approach has evolved over time from work description to process management; from document management to people centricity; the future of BPM will focus on supporting the business strategy, building ...
Living Process's insight:
Vision of the future from the CIO: "an agile BPM, a hybrid BPM (managing both structured and unstructured process well); a smart BPM (converging BPM with analytics) or a popular BPM"
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