There are many employees (if you want to call them that) that love their job so much that they just don’t care what the incentive is. They just want to excel at what they do. They just love the work they do. And that’s the kind of employee one should ever want in their team for the right job. No incentive ever helps if the person you employed doesn’t love doing “what you expect them to do”.
Vendor Lock-in. Proprietary Technology. Switching Costs. These phrases are thrown out there more often than they need to be, without real thought to what the concerns actually are. Asking the right questions is important. If you want some real functionality and technological strength for a price, prioritize that and do not confuse a proprietary & strong enclosed technology with a closed & rigid architecture. Everything, that is standard today, was once proprietary in our minds until it eventually became common, universal or functionally indispensable.
[tweetmeme source=”ashish_bhagwat” only_single=false] A quick update on what’s up at Eclectic Zone… Last week, I have started blogging at Redux Online as guest blogger. I feel excited about being able to share my thoughts through more channels. I already have few posts there, check them out! There’s one on BPM-SOA confusion titled “And We Thought […]
IBM have published a new research topic and standard called BEDL (Business Entity Definition Lanuage), the theme is Data4BPM. But, this is Data modeling redux. And please do not call this as Data4BPM – right concepts that always existed but not applicable to current state of BPM! Read to know why…
It’s very difficult for everyone involved to get out of the application mindset that has got deeply ingrained with years of training and repeated beating-in. I’m afraid this gets further legitimized with Rapid Application Development (RAD) and Composite Applications Development through BPMS gaining acceptance. But, if you actually want a process management solution, don’t treat it as an Application.
My daughter knows very well she’s not actually a Doctor and is just playing with her Doctor’s kit. Can we stop playing with these investments in BPM(S) and actually practice BPM? When tools become everything – it’s not business, it’s child’s play.