Not all processes within an enterprise are equally visible. document-centric processes human-centric processes core business processes supporting processes lead processes (standing governance, management, monitoring) life-cycle processes ( http://improving-...
1 The problem For the stable functioning of an enterprise, it is mandatory to define up-front WHO (person, system, role) can DO SOMETHING (e.g. read, update, delete) with WHAT (tangible or intangible asset or resource), WHEN (at a particular moment of t...
This blogpost explains in more details one of business-process-related misunderstanding (number 8, process as a flow-of-resources) from the blogpost http://improving-bpm-systems.blogspot.ch/2015/01/common-understanding-of-bizarch.html One of the root cause ...
- SAMARIN.BIZArchitect, Programmer, Engineer and Scientist, 2005 - present
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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
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· Successful projects at the scale of company, corporation, canton, confederation and continent
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· Implementation of process-centric production systems with built-in flexibility and extensibility
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