Friday Review 12th February 2010

Here are some of the links posted over on the Process Cafe Espresso Shots this week1

Weeding Out Bad Data in a Business Process | Blogs | - A slightly cynical - but quite accurate - view of data quality within a business process

Is your CIO making themselves helpless in terms of their people? - People are the single biggest factor in determining the effectiveness of IT, according to CIOs

Who Owns the Employee Onboarding Process? - A typical process question about where the responsibility for a process falls when two departments own a common factor in the process. In this case the factor is an employee

The ROI of High-Quality Decision Support Infrastructure - Info from Forrester about ROI in data warehousing

BPM vs. Unstructured, Ad-hoc, Human Processes | ActionBase blog - Thoughts on unstructured processes and how they link into BPM. This can only be a good thing. Right?

BPM redux - an audience with - An Audience With....Terry Schurter - Terry talks about BPM and the cloud. Is Lean really the way to go?

Gartner Identifies Seven Major Guidelines to BPM Project Success - Any thoughts on these?

Announcing a new name and our launch date! - Of course my question - as with all these tools is 'Is it any good?' Anyone have knowledge or experience of this?

How To Have Fun On A Snowy Day: Tweet Jam With Business Process Pros (#bpmjam) - Sounds like fun. Did anyone who reads this participate?

If you can’t stand the heat, get your cloud out of the kitchen - Some thoughts on best practice. My thoughts can be found at The Process Caf

The Perceived Effects of Business Process Management | Business Process Orientation - Some interesting information from this paper.

1 The Process Cafe Espresso Shots 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. Sort of an espresso shot of 'The Process Cafe'-eine.

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