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There are lots of good reasons for adopting business process management as an approach, and a Business Process Management System as a technology. The benefits that can be gained are real but they can be undermined by over complex process... Read More..
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As the summer doldrums roll on I thought I would try and stir things up a little with a "2.0" post - specifically some thoughts on a software stack for "Application Development 2.0". Such a stack would:Model processes, events and... Read More..
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Mike Gualtieri is always interesting over at the Forrester Blog For Application Development & Program Management Professionals. This week he has a post called Do Application Developers Need To Change Their Ways? In the post he asks developers to look... Read More..
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Todd Biske wrote an interesting piece titled Thoughts on designing for change that made me think about one of the real basics of decision management and reminded me of some comments Phil Wainewright made years ago about what happens to... Read More..
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John Reynolds over on the Thoughtful Programmer had a great post a little while back - 19th Century BPMS. In it he saidI sometime find it useful to describe a BPMS in terms of things and people that you probably... Read More..
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Joe McKendrick posted on the role of SOA in automated decision making over on the SOA in action blog. In it he saysBecause SOA involves the assembling of applications or interfaces from components or services with different properties, it paves... Read More..
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Dan Rosanova wrote a piece on The SOA Knowledge Gap that made me think (again) about the value of business rules as a way to manage requirements. Dan points out that "A unique SOA challenge is its need to bring... Read More..
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Two articles I saw recently (Is SOA Enabling Intelligent Agents? and Three Keys to Enabling Agile Business Services) made me think about decision services in the context of agility and of so-called "intelligent agents". Clearly SOA, web 2.0 and network-centric... Read More..
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"If we don't get from IT (Information Technology) to BT (Business Technology) we're going to have more disasters like our present mortgage meltdown. Why? Because IT creates impenetrable systems that human beings can't manage. BT is about human beings back... Read More..
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David Chassells had an interesting article last week called BPM and SOA: Where IT Is Going if Real People Take It There In which he quotes George Colony (founder of Forrester Research):"If we don't get from IT (Information Technology) to... Read More..
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James Taylor blogs about decision-management technologies such as predictive analytics and business rules, discussing how they deliver agility, improve business processes and bring intelligent automation to SOA.

James Taylor

James Taylor blogs on decision management for ebizQ, and is an independent consultant on decision management, predictive analytics, business rules, and related topics.

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