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Is adaptive process guidance the next evolution for BPM? Andrew Smith explains

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Listen to my podcast with Andrew Smith, the managing director of One Degree Consulting. Smith has a strong background as a developer and as an enterprise technical architect. In this podcast, we discuss in-depth adaptive process guidance, which bridges the gap between structured and unstructured processes.

Listen to or download the 10:05 minute podcast below, or read this edited excerpt:

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"adaptive process" is oxymoron.

Process, by definition, is immutable and the major task of BPM is to minimize or eliminate any possible variations.

Thats why BPM fails to penetrate so many business processes because it tries to minimise or eliminate variations...Thats far too rigid and not how business operates....

APG delivers the same BPM ideals in areas that require that approach, but is flexible and adaptive enough to deal with massive variations that business needs may through at users and a process

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Peter Schooff

Peter Schooff is Contributing Editor at ebizQ, and manager of the ebizQ Forum. Contact him at pschooff@techtarget.com

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