Friday review 4th December 2009

Here are some of the links posted over on the Process Cafe Posterous this week

Who Needs Processes - Watch the Ninja on BNet (The Process Ninja) - Watch Craig Reid - 'The Process Ninja' - discussing processes in the small business as well as 'Outside-In' thinking.

Process Management Brings Significant Savings to Small Businesses- Short article on eVision Services' attempt to automate small business processes using Metastorm's Provision tools

Case Management isn’t BPM « Andrew One Degree’s Blog - Andrew Smith at his One Degree Blog discussing why some companies are disappointed with their BPM tool because what they've actually been sold is a Case Management tool. Is there a difference? If so, what? Be sure to read the comments as well.

Process POV: Who Has the Truth?- A short but interesting discussion on the concept of 'Process Point of View': How you perceive the process depends on your point of view.

Should You Double Your Bet on BPM? - Jim Sinur at Gartner talks about the state of BPM and whether investing in a BPM solution or project is the right way to spend your money in 2010

The New Gartner EMEA Analyst - Gartner Blog Network- Gartner's new EMEA BPM Analyst. Anyone working in this space in Europe, the Middle East and Africa will probably come across John and his writings at some point from Feb 1st 2010

Approaches to Business Process Management (BPM) - Some interesting thoughts about the different types of BPM that have been identified. Worth a read to see the thinking behind the classification.

BPM: don’t be the last one without it - A quick post from the Metastorm Because Process Matters blog on the business ROI of BPM projects. As far as I am concerned, anything that can encourage the uptake of BPM is a good thing

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