Posted by: Adam Deane | 04/07/2010

Social BPM, BPMN and other quotes of the week

On Social BPM – Elise Olding

Social BPM is not something you go out and get.” It is a technique that is applied as a response to a business outcome. It will not be the only solution, but part of a BPI toolkit

On Social BPM – MB

In many cases people view social BPM as hype – people are talking about the concept, but not demonstrating how it can be utilized to produce successful organizational models or significant results

On BPMN 2.0 – Mike Gammage

My own view remains though that BPMN 2.0 is great but not in itself sufficient as a platform for sustainable process excellence. Organizations need two equally important views of their reality. The left-brain IT and EA view and the right-brain Business Operations view – synchronized through a corpus callosum.

On BPMN 2.0 – Claus T Jensen

BPM is a business oriented discipline after all, so does it really matter what the IT industry does to make those processes executable?

On Analysis and Cultural Resistance – Dave Rich

Many managers—particularly those who came of age 30 to 40 years ago—continue to rely on intuition and judgment. While valuable, these qualities remain limited until combined with the rigor of fact-based analysis

On Performance Reviews – Ann All

Performance reviews remind me of blind dates. In both cases, I’d look forward to them, thinking they’d provide new dimension or insight into my life (social or professional). More often than not, however, I’d end up disappointed


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