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“Smart contracts” is the current way to conduct the digital business. Everything is agreed up-front, just wait for an action, execute a payment, everything is immutable (impossible to change) thus there is the trust. It sounds very easy, but it is only a happy path. The reality is more complex.
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"Smart contracts" as an BPM application - golden opportunity or not?
“Smart contracts” is the current way to conduct the digital business. Everything is agreed up-front, just wait for an action, execute a payment, everything is immutable (impossible to change) thus there is the trust. It sounds very easy, but it is only a ha...
“Smart contracts” is the current way to conduct the digital business. Everything is agreed up-front, just wait for an action, execute a payment, everything is immutable (impossible to change) thus there is the trust. It sounds very easy, but it is only a happy path. The reality is more complex.
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BPM-suite tools are mandatory for SPAs but not sufficient. A corporate unified business execution platform is way to deliver SPAs (BPM-suite tool is a component of such a platform). See http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2015/10/enterprise-patterns-peas-example-cube.html and http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/search/label/%23platform 
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Enterprise patterns: PSST
Enterprise patterns: Process Set Solidity Test (PSST) Several domain-specific frameworks and bodies-of-knowledge formalise themselves as a coherent set of related processes/value-streams/functions/services/capabilities. Examples: CoBIT, ITIL, IT4IT, eTOM, S...
Enterprise patterns: Process Set Solidity Test (PSST) Several domain-specific frameworks and bodies-of-knowledge formalise themselves as a coherent set of related processes/value-streams/functions/services/capabilities. Examples: CoBIT, ITIL, IT4IT, eTOM, SCOR, etc.
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I would add a bit more specific about digital "Digital is the master media for business artefacts." see also my digital manifesto http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2015/03/entarch-view-on-ditigal.html 
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Platform-based #digital transformation (example egov)
This blogpost is an example of digital transformation in e-government with the use of platforms (extracted from "e-government reference model #GeGF2014 #egov #entarch #bpm #soahttp://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2014/10/e-government-reference-model-...
In general, the e-government implementation architecture is as in Figure 1. It is a combination of an initial coordination platform (the social collaborative extranet) and an e-gov business execution platform (the coordination and integration backbone and functional services to be “cabled” to ...
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Will the right use of #blockchain make the records management obsolete?
It is well know that records management is mandatory and not trivial enterprise-wide capability. Its implementation is a daunting task. Some documents, database snapshots, copies of external sources, etc. must be carefully classified, secured at the very se...
It is well know that records management is mandatory and not trivial enterprise-wide capability. Its implementation is a daunting task. Some documents, database snapshots, copies of external sources, etc. must be carefully classified, secured at the very serious level of confidence, ...
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What Services should be offered by an Enterprise Architecture Practice?
All depends, as usual. 1 Core EA practice Let us consider that core EA practice is as defined in  http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2015/12/enterprise-patterns-adagio-entarch.html Its possible services are the following. 1.1 Architecture Governance S...
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Enterprise patterns: Process Set Solidity Test (PSST) Several domain-specific frameworks and bodies-of-knowledge formalise themselves as a coherent set of related processes/value-streams/functions/services/capabilities. Examples: CoBIT, ITIL, IT4IT, eTOM, SCOR, etc.
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There was strong momentum for organizations to start mapping their transformation to the new digital world in the first quarter driven by the threat of digital disruption. I suspect this will be a trend for the rest of 2016. ...
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In general, the e-government implementation architecture is as in Figure 1. It is a combination of an initial coordination platform (the social collaborative extranet) and an e-gov business execution platform (the coordination and integration backbone and functional services to be “cabled” to ...
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An excellent example of the use of business model artefacts (channels, value propositions, etc.) - each of them can be improved/changed by digital. If we could know also the relationships between those artefacts then we could estimate also a "cumulative" effect.
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Architect, Programmer, Engineer and Scientist
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Connecting the dots: BPM, SOA, ECM, entarch, bizarch, governance, security, strategy
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  • SAMARIN.BIZ
    Architect, Programmer, Engineer and Scientist, 2005 - present
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ENTERPRISE ARCHITECT • BUSINESS & IT TRANSFORMATION • BPM COACH
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Leadership • Innovation • Client focused & reliable • Quality results oriented • Multi-cultural

 

·         7 years as enterprise architect; 15 years as BPM/SOA/ECM architect; 5 years as business architect

·         Experience in transforming major enterprises to fully electronic (digital) working

·         Effective communication of complex architectures to all stakeholders (from top management down)

·         Successful projects at the scale of company, corporation, canton, confederation and continent

·         Creation of synergies between business goals and IT/IS potentials

·         Implementation of process-centric production systems with built-in flexibility and extensibility

·         Author of highly rated BPM and SOA book on “Improving enterprise business process management systems” ( see www.improving-BPM-systems.com/book )

·         TOGAF • ITIL • PMP • COBIT • Change management • Information security • Governance • Strategy

·         Visionary • Realistic • Continuous learner • Driver of transformations • Knowledge transfer

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  • MFTI, master
    Computer Science, 1973 - 1979
  • IHEP, PhD
    Computer Graphics, 1986
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