Here are some of the links posted over on the Process Cafe Posterous this week1
10 lessons we could take away from 2009 – and probably won’t – taraneon international blog - An extremely good article from Thomas Olbrich identifying 10 lessons we should learn.. but won't. Process focused and well written (and he gives The Process Cafe a mention as well!)
Announcing the December ‘09 Blueprint Update- Lombardi Blog - An update on the Lombardi Blueprint toolset that I reviewed back in March
Dynamic Business ProcessManagement (BPM) - White Paper - Computer Weekly - A white paper from IBM on Dynamic Business Process Management and how it can help companies improve their business
SharePoint 2010 Helps With Nagging Process Headaches - The Forrester Blog For Business Process & Applications Professionals - A few thoughts from Forrester on Sharepoint 2010 and how it will help/hinder business process work
Do Your Processes Give Your Customers Away? (The Process Ninja) - Craig, The Process Ninja, dishing out some juice on why companies loose customers through bad processes (or worse, bad employees).
IBM Buying Lombardi Software - peHUB - So IBM has shelled out an undisclosed sum of money to buy up Lombardi and it's blueprint/teamworks software? Wonder what that will do to the market? I'm sure we'll hear more about this over the coming months.
Oracle to buy Metastorm? - Mark McGregor's Process Performance Blog - Following the IBM purchase of Lombardi yesterday Mark McGregor has done some crystal ball gazing about where the next big consolidation move might come from in the industry, and his answer might surprise a few people.
Integrating Process and Rules – Part 1 « BPMS Watch - Bruce Silver gives us some truths about linking business process and business rules together in the first of a two part series.
1 The Process Cafe Posterous is a place for linking to process related articles written by other people that don't merit a full post on the Process Cafe but are still worth your time reading.
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