On BPM and ACM differences – Jacob Ukelson
I don’t think even the most diehard BPM evangelists would attempt to use a BPMS to create a board of directors decision management tool
On ECM and Dieting – Joe Shepley
In this respect, ECM is a bit like obesity: the problem is universally felt and the solution is simple (diet and exercise), but the execution of that solution is incredibly difficult, so much so that most folks never succeed at accomplishing it.
On BPM off-the-shelf packages – Ben Farrell
BPM software helps the federal government solve pervasive cost and productivity problems – and not in the “tried-and-failed” approach of commercial off-the-shelf software packages that cause as many headaches as they solve thanks to rigid coding
On Social BPM – Gartner
Gartner defines “social BPM” as a concept that describes collaboratively designed and iterated processes, which mirror the way work is performed from a “doer” perspective and experienced from a “receiver” perspective to harness the power of continuous learning from “the collective.”
On BPM Consensus – Mike Gammage
We were paying a price for that consensus of course because it was messaging from the big BPM technology vendors that was driving the marketplace and analysts’ perceptions. BPM technology was the answer. The whole continuous improvement movement, and Lean and Six Sigma, – they might as well have been on another planet.
On BPM and ACM – Chris Adams
While Adaptive BPM Suites provide adaptive functionality in areas other than human resource needs, human-based processes can execute only as quickly as the human themselves