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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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I often discuss in this blog how Human Interaction Management (HIM) provides a simpler and more powerful means of capturing processes where humans collaborate - the repeated, adaptive work that is central to many organizations and networks.  So it might... Read More..
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Following on from my post Big Processes 4, in this post I will discuss the third type of Big Process - Connecting.Connecting processes help build partnerships both inside and across organizations.It is now well-recognized that the modern path to business... Read More..
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In my last post I began explaining the different high-level roles involved in the governance of business change, by focusing on Requirements Management - a role that deserves special attention since:Requirements Management (as opposed to Requirements Gathering or Requirements Analysis)... Read More..
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My last post included a diagram showing the different high-level roles involved in the governance of a business change effort, and promised to explain more.  In this post I will discuss a role that is pivotal to success, yet almost... Read More..
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In my last post, I described a framework that can be used to guide business change - the OMG's Business Motivation Model (BMM) - and suggested that you also need other techniques in the early stages of an initiative, project... Read More..
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First an apology.  It has been over 3 weeks since my last post - and yesterday a commenter on that post wrote:Great teaser, please, release the other posts of the new series ASAP :)Thanks, Kerber, for the prod.  As an... Read More..
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As a consultant I often advise large-scale software development projects that have got themselves into trouble, or fear they are about to.  The root causes are wide ranging, but more often than not, the problems arise from mistakes and/or omissions... Read More..
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Recently I have been doing some consultancy work around requirements analysis - in particular, for a large project that decided halfway through to postpone a large swathe of requirements until a later stage. This move, intended to reduce risk, in... Read More..
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