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Baselinemag.com just put up an article How to be More Innovative , by Brian P Wilson. His assertion is innovation has been in hibernation since the economic fallout. He says companies have been highly focused on cutting costs and... Read More..
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Social BPM - Reality TV

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Most of the discussions around social BPM have been relatively academic. We've debated definitions, plausibility, and trends. Here is a view from the trenches. One of the early definitions of social BPM had BPM projects using social and collaborative platforms... Read More..
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No, this is not a post about government subsidized health care. This is about how social media for health care can improve our patient experience. Two sites were mentioned in a NY Times article this weekend, www.patientslikeme.com and www.curetogether.com. Both... Read More..
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Feeling Anti-Social?

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It seems like we might be hitting the wall with social. A couple days ago I read the following comment by Robert Bacal posted to a Forrester blog by Augie Ray. "Social media is an albatross, not a boon, because... Read More..
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Thanks to Peter for "fanning the flames" on the social vs. BPM debate. There were some real good comments here and it's hard not to agree with all of them. As everyone points out, labels are misleading and confining. In... Read More..
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Two conferences back to back - BPM in London and Portals, Content and Collaboration in Baltimore. The first striking observation was the palpable difference in vibe between the two, which could not have been more different. Aside from the geographic... Read More..
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