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BPM Warning Sign I suggest that BPM ought to come with a large, bright-yellow warning sticker.
Why include BPM in an e-Government strategy? In today’s fast paced world, e-government is widely considered the key to modernizing government operations, increasing efficiency, and eliminating waste. E-government refers to the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in government operations, involving both internal operations and external relationships with citizen constituents. Due to the growing demands of a globalized world, government services must be delivered ever more rapidly yet with increased capacity. The demands on government have never been greater, and the need for modernization has never been so necessary. The idea behind e-government projects is that well-applied technological interventions can enable a government to do its job faster, better, and with more accuracy.
I am pleased to inform you that we have just published ‘Mastering the Unpredictable’ with the substantial support of Keith Swenson , and it is not too soon. The subject of adaptive processes is heating up as you might have read. In the book I discussed the differences between BPM types. Forrester groups products into Integration-, Document-, or Human Centric, which is not very helpful to figure out what you actually need.
After almost 10 years of steady growth and increased experience with BPM disciplines and technologies, it still amazes me that so many ( too many!) IT professionals still think “BPM” is just another name for workflow. (As if the term “workflow” is well understood! NOT!) Are you in-the-know ? Or are you still trying to figure out the difference?
As an economic recovery comes into focus, IBM is working with IT and business leaders looking for a more effective and long-lasting approach to BPM. IBM’s recipe for success, called Agile BPM, will be explored in depth at Impact 2010 in May. IDN speaks with Dr Angel Luis Diaz, vice president of IBM’s BPM and Connectivity Business, for a preview.
The term ‘BPM’ has been adopted in the marketing communications of just about every IT vendor and management consultant, as what comes after the dot-com fiasco. It seems everyone selling IT products or management consulting services has put BPM lipstick on their products and services. Even the IT and financial analysts are having a field day defining BPM to mean whatever they want it to mean. Although confusion abounds, a handful of useful working definitions can bring about some badly needed clarity. Figure 1 provides a backdrop for our discussion.
Tear down those walls with business process management. The 21st century mandate for business is Do More With Less. The 21st century imperative for business is Business Process Management (BPM). The 21st century mandate for government is Do More With Less. The 21st century imperative for government is Business Process Management.
Recently, there has been a great deal of Internet buzz concerning "Social BPM": Usually, these two words are seen as separate entities but with the emergence of Web 2.0 sites outside the enterprise and other developments, there has been an increase in interest in bringing the two worlds closer together. Indeed, it appears that the latest trend is to add the word "Social" to every possible IT-related acronym including "Social CRM", "Social SRM", "Social CIO"- without really discussing in detail what this collaborative functionality would really entail.
A few months ago I wrote about a trend that appeared to be gaining steam, the addition of collaborative features to business process management software . I noted that there's "a growing recognition that many enterprise software applications would be more effective if they made it easier for people to share ideas with their coworkers (or with partners and customers)." This trend is broader than BPM. Sales On-Demand, a nascent software-as-a-service application announced by SAP at last week's Sapphire conference, incorporates collaborative features. SAP executive Nicholas Cumins told me some Sapphire attendees remarked the app "looked a lot like Facebook." It uses technology from StreamWork, a collaborative decision-making environment created by former BusinessObjects staffers who joined SAP after it acquired the business intelligence specialist in 2007.
O'Reilly Radar What does Government 2.0 look like? Mark Drapeau offers a visual breakdown of the Gov 2.0 components.
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Traditionally slow to change, bureaucratic in decision-making and constantly under public scrutiny, governments are ripe for new collaborative technologies, says Anthony Williams, co-author with Don Tapscott of the groundbreaking book Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything (Portfolio, 2007). That book detailed how Web 2.0 technologies such as blogs, wikis and social networking would radically transform business models and alter the way organizations think about collaborative relationships. These days, Williams, vice president and executive editor at the international business innovation think tank New Paradigm, and Tapscott, its CEO, have set their sights on what they call "Government 2.0: Wikinomics, Government and Democracy." Williams says the Web offers the public sector huge opportunities to collaborate with citizens.
Définition Les diagrammes BPMN (ou « Business Process Modeling Notation ») supportent la modélisation les processus métiers. Un diagramme BPMN s’articule autour de flux d’activités (les « Tasks » et les « SubProcesses »), associés à des éléments de contrôle de flux (les « Events » et les « Gateways »). Il fait ensuite intervenir des éléments de structurations orientés autour des participants au processus (les « Pools » et les « Lanes »), ainsi que des artéfacts produits et consomés par les activités (les « DataObjects »). Le but principal de BPMN est de fournir une notation qui soit réellement compréhensible par tous les utilisateurs de l'entreprise : · les analystes métier qui créent les ébauches initiales des procédures,