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A coupe of extra BPM tricks:
1) Use predictive nature of process models - http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2010/03/linkedin-how-do-we-measure-work-flow.html
2) Adapt some parameters in your processes to handle "difficult" moments. For example, all claims which are less than 50 CHF are approved automatically otherwise they are reviewed manually. If there is a wag of claims or lack of staff then temporary increase this threshold to e.g. 100 CHF to reduce amount of manual work. 
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Yup Jet claims
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RE "There are large gaps between Enterprise Architecture and BPM, between process and decision models and finally between BPM and Case. "

+ Business Architecture and BPM
+ Application architecture (microservices, SOA, etc.) and process-centric solutions
The aim of bpmNext is to get the key players in the BPM arena to share ideas and push each other forward. This is an event where participants can let express directions and opinions without punishment. We were welcomed by Bru...
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Sorry I couldn't make it this year, had a conflict with another event. Appreciate the summary Jim, and agree re: gaps, including Alexander's additions - I'd call them "discontinuities" - it's exactly what we address. Without integrated operations you can't truly be agile.
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Interesting combination of two recent blogposts about #governance and #digital
In the following discussion http://bpm.com/bpm-today/in-the-forum/do-you-think-the-more-talent-you-have-the-less-process-you-need I used a combination of two recent blogposts. From the EA viewpoint, the topic of this discussion is the following: There are t...
In the following discussion http://bpm.com/bpm-today/in-the-forum/do-you-think-the-more-talent-you-have-the-less-process-you-need I used a combination of two recent blogposts. From the EA viewpoint, the topic of this discussion is the following: There are two essential enterprise-wide artefacts ...
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Enterprise patterns: GHOST
Enterprise pattern “Govern Handling Of Some Things” (see also “Enterprise patterns: AGA” http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2014/03/enterprise-patterns-aga.html) Part of enterprise architecture is about establishing practices (processes and decisions) to govern (or to steer) some domains ...
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Good insight into a pattern that can ("should"?) guide any kind of inventory of "things" under the purview of an enterprise.

Interestingly, the "TW" example, or "Technology Watch" (which has nothing to do with Apple!), and which concerns maintenance of market scanning for technology products is an area in which I have some experience.  

Both as a sales person, and before that a market and data analyst, it is my role to scan for market developments, technology and product developments, and market and customer need evolution.  

The final phase in the process you've outlined is "deciding', and truly this is so essential to highlight.  A "scanning" function is useless if it does not support decisioning -- this may seem obvious but if one considers market research, often the cost of information is vastly under-appreciated.

Therefore, in support of good decisioning business and economics, one needs to be able to understand "the value of better decisions" and even "the value of faster, better decisions".  The TW example pattern highlighted here today is good input to such a process.

#Decisioning   #MarketResearch #BusinessCase #BusinessAnalysis   #Research &Information 
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Thanks Alexander :) 
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I would recommend to use the following transformation tempos
1) "une chose à la fois"
2) PDCA cycle
3) many PDCA cycles at the same time

And, of course, architecture is very important - http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/enterprise-patterns-eclipse.html
Transformation can be a scary word and it's better when it is not a "forced march".  If a business sees an opportunity to enhance or change their business model, supported by newer technologies, there is a positive feel to tr...
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The Deming cycle is a standard management cycle and helpful indeed
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In the following discussion http://bpm.com/bpm-today/in-the-forum/do-you-think-the-more-talent-you-have-the-less-process-you-need I used a combination of two recent blogposts. From the EA viewpoint, the topic of this discussion is the following: There are two essential enterprise-wide artefacts ...
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By the way, I have received a number of encouraging remarks about my art and I just wanted to thank all those folks who took the time to give me courage to move onto more art challenges. THANKS  :)  I started out the year by ...
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Enterprise patterns: GHOST
Enterprise pattern “Govern Handling Of Some Things” (see also “Enterprise patterns: AGA” http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2014/03/enterprise-patterns-aga.html ) Part of enterprise architecture is about establishing practices (processes and decisions...
Enterprise pattern “Govern Handling Of Some Things” (see also “Enterprise patterns: AGA” http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2014/03/enterprise-patterns-aga.html) Part of enterprise architecture is about establishing practices (processes and decisions) to govern (or to steer) some domains ...
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Business artefacts are available in digital formats (formal and executable). Digital is the master media for business artefacts. Enterprise, ecosystem and society “understand” the digital formats for business artefacts (not consider digital artefacts as BLOBs). Enterprise can transmit, protect, ...
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·         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

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    Computer Science, 1973 - 1979
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