I’ve blogged previously about my recent day at the ICCA in Sydney. One section focussed closely on process excellence, a topic close to my heart. Process is a key element of achieving the company objectives.
Business Process Management doesn’t necessarily come naturally. Sometimes you need to read a blog with some key thoughts and tips about the role. ‘Decision then…
Within the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 version release, Workflow was introduced as an optional addon to your Dynamics GP solution. This means that it…
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of SharePoint?
If you’re like most people, you probably answered document management or an intranet portal – two of SharePoint’s best-known uses.
This week I dropped into a local menswear shop. I have been a pretty regular customer over the last decade. They are a ‘suit shop’ and I know what to expect on the racks.
Adaptive case management appears to be the current buzz word in the workflow and BPM world. Not only is it a bit of a mouthful, it also seems surprisingly hard to explain if someone asks you to.
I am a list writer. Milk, cheese, bread, beer. I inherited this trait from my mother. She has lists for her lists, well almost.
The US defence force recently took delivery of the FA22 Raptor as replacement for the trusty old FA15. The FA22 is capable of making 22+ G turns. Life for most of us is a little less dramatic.
I learnt a new word recently, prosumption. It means the consumption of something by the person who also produced it. Smart companies are realising that prosumption is also a solution to their business operations these days.
Computers are consistent, people are not. Business process management delivers reliable, repeatable and sustainable results.