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You can't improve collaborative human work unless you can see it.  In other words, you need a means of visualizing what is going on before you can even start to standardize then manage work with an eye to making it... Read More..
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Traditionally, the worlds of project management and process management have focused on different areas.  Managers who use project planning techniques are strong on forecasting and monitoring the allocation of people to tasks and the resulting costs.  Managers who prefer process-oriented... Read More..
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In my last entry about object-oriented process modelling, I described HIM Roles and started to explain why they are nothing like swim lanes in procedural notations such as BPMN and the UML.In this post I'll look at another crucial difference. ... Read More..
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The HIM approach to collaborative work is one of many new and transformational approaches emerging in response to a working world that is more connected than ever. In today's rapidly changing business environment all organisations must collaborate both internally and... Read More..
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Let's suppose that you are working in a large engineering project and you discover a problem during testing.  A particular operation is generating so much heat that some parts are in danger of malfunctioning or even melting.  You report the... Read More..
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I will conclude this short series of posts by discussing how Human Interaction Management (HIM) allows work that spans organizational boundaries to be managed in exactly the same way as work within a single organization.The key to defining cross-boundary processes... Read More..
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As promised in my last post, here I will describe an approach to handling cross-boundary processes that simplifies all forms of collaborative business process - and allows work that spans organizational boundaries to be managed in exactly the same way... Read More..
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Organizations of all types and sizes need to work with other organizations.  Government departments and agencies must collaborate with other departments and agencies, as well as with private sector organizations, to comply with policy and meet citizen needs.  Commercial companies... Read More..
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Most organizations interested in process improvement struggle with the classic problem of matrix management.  The key issue is resource allocation - how can process owners and line managers work together to assign work to people and manage the associated costs?Let's... Read More..
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This year, we are told by the analysts, the big thing is the complex, dynamic processes of knowledge work:One of the major concerns among practitioners, researchers and vendors, in 2011, is going to be how organizations deal with complex, dynamic... Read More..
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