On BPM and Brain-Machine Interfaces – Setrag Khoshafian
What’s even more exciting is that BPM technology can be also used with brain-machine interfaces (BMIs) to create the next ‘killer applications’ that will allow human participants to interact with smart devices. By interacting with BMIs, BPM can guide, coach, and provide intent-driven interactions for machines and human participants optimizing the execution of complex tasks. This could be used for the development of technologies assisting humans intelligently with much wider implications than simply automating work-related tasks
On Process Owners – Michael Hammer
Without power, which typically means control of money, designating a sacrificial victim as a process owner is a structural sham. How can a process owner be responsible for their process’s results without the means to directly affect them? They can’t. It’s just another structural shell game.
On the Process Community – Mark McGregor
Within the process community we are often our own worst enemy. Not only do we often fail to be part of the valued support team of the organisation, but we spend too much effort fighting among ourselves, arguing over which approach or method is best. Think of your own organisation: how many different groups do you have working on process?