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While watching an episode of Top Gear the other day (one of the best shows on the air these days, IMHO), I was greatly entertained by their trip to India. One segment really jumped out. There is a lunch delivery... Read More..
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What vs. How, Part 3

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This is the final post in a series about the distinction between what the business does and how the business does it. The previous post introduced business architecture and specifically capability modeling to describe and document what the business does.... Read More..
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What vs. How, Part 2

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My last post presented the intersection of strategic planning, business architecture, and BPM, and the distinction of what the business does vs. how the business does it. It can be found at: http://www.ebizq.net/blogs/bpm_theory/2012/01/what-vs-how-part-1.php. This blog entry is #2 of a... Read More..
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What vs. How, Part 1

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In working on business strategy, business architecture, and BPM, and the intersection of the three (do I feel a Venn diagram coming on?), I often come across this core distinction: what the business does vs. how the business does it.... Read More..
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New Year's Resolutions

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Back to work today, and back to the world of BPM! Here are some 2012 New Year's resolutions. I will be more patient when I hear people say that BPM stands for Business Process Modeling.I will finish reading "The Lean... Read More..
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Agile and BPM

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The Agile software development methodology has obviously been popular for a few years. It comes up often in the world of BPM. Can you use Agile with BPM? Since BPM in practice often involves a lot of IT collaboration, and... Read More..
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The term "knowledge worker" has been around for as long as I can remember. I didn't know where it actually originated until writing this post and looking it up; go figure, it came from Peter Drucker in 1959. Drucker went... Read More..
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Beware of Bad Metrics

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Process management regularly deals with measurement and metrics. Identify the best metrics or KPI's for your organization. Measure your performance according to those metrics. But what happens when you can't get the right information from your current operations? What if... Read More..
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Budgeting and BPM

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This time of year, many companies are knee-deep in 2012 budgeting. BPM initiatives often ignore the budgetary structure and behavior of an organization. However, if you want to move your organization from departmental/silo management to a process perspective, you need... Read More..
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Finding BPM Staff

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One issue often faced when adopting BPM is, where do we get the people to pull this off? Of course consultants can help (cough cough), but long-term an organization needs the right staff and skills to make BPM successful. Most... Read More..
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This blog offers a true “practitioner’s perspective,” with issues and commentary based on real-world experience across many industries.

Tim Huenemann

Tim Huenemann is the senior principal for business architecture and process management at Trexin Consulting. He has more than 20 years of experience in process management and business-focused IT. In his consulting work, he helps organizations execute business strategy by implementing effective process management and IT solutions. He regularly translates BPM theory into practice, and practice, and more practice. Contact Tim at tim.huenemann[at]trexin.com.

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