Posts Tagged Collaboration
Apple App Store has 700,000 Apps. Google Play has 450,000 Apps. Number of Apps submitted on iOS App store alone nears a 1000/day. Any statistics in terms of Apps is astounding in numbers – millions & billions. And to imagine that none of this even existed few years back! What’s amazing here is not just […]
Amazon, Apple, Application Development, Azure, BaaS, Backend as a Service, Business, Cloud, cloudmine, Collaboration, Enterprise Architecture, force.com, Google, J-I-T, linkedin, MBaaS, OrangeScape, PaaS, rackspace, SaaS, salesforce, ShepHertz, stackmob, Technology, Trends
An April Fool’s joke from last year, my post on Google entering BPM with Noodle, continues to get views every day. I always wonder how many readers may be taking it seriously, it was a joke after all. Some of what I wrote was, and still is, plausible. Meanwhile, though, Google and their partners continue […]
BPM, BPMS, Business, Business Process Management, BYOD, Cloud, CoIT, Collaboration, Enterprise BPM, Google, Google Apps, KiSSFLOW, linkedin, Long tail, OrangeScape, PaaS, Social Enterprises, Technology, Workflow
Google has finally arrived into the Enterprise space with their Enterprise BPM offering called Noodle (named after process spaghetti!). They have silently put together their technology and shaped them beautifully into what we have been missing “in one single platform” for a long time. Here’s a sneak-peek at what they have unleashed out of the blue… […]
ACM, Adaptive BPM, April Fool's Day, BPM, Business Process Management, Case Management, Cloud, Collaboration, Enterprise BPM, linkedin, Social BPM, Technology
Any-whichever way we look at it, technologically or as a way to make businesses better, BPM-the-social-way is much more than what “Social BPM” seems right now… time to don the Green and Blue Hats!
BPM, Business Process Management, Collaboration, Collaborative Process Design, linkedin, Management, Process Discovery, Social BPM, Social Networking, Technology
Theo Priestly brought up a stirring point and claimed that social wave while removing silos will also bring the extinction of the COEs. Well, I disagree. In this post I cover the premise of BPM COE, and the the reasons I do not believe that BPM COEs could get washed away with the social wave.
Best practices, BPM, BPM COE, Business, Business Process Management, COE, Collaboration, Enterprise BPM, Human Behavior, linkedin, Management, Social BPM, Social Networking, Technology, ZQEARKWAVWQK
Silos within the organizations boil down to plain WIIFM (What’s In It For Me?), the way organizations measure performance and the type of behaviors they encourage. There’s a relationship among KPIs, Objectives, Expectations, Inspection, and Incentives. We can bridge the silos by understanding this, and effectively using the technology and tools available to us once we know what needs to be done.
Best practices, BPM, Business, Business Objectives, Collaboration, Human Behavior, Incentive Alignment, KPI, Leadership, Lessons, linkedin, Management, Organization, Performance, Performance Measurement, Technology
Yesterday in Forrester #crmjam on Twitter, Social (networking, not cause!) aspects got a lot of attention. One of the converging points, as per Theo, is around social BPM and social CRM. This is correct, however, IMO, Social is a Phenomenon and not a discipline. What should remain – when we are done with this phenomenon – is the set of disciplines that are better placed to collaborate and synergize toward customer centricity.
BPM, Business, Collaboration, Customer-centricity, Enterprise BPM, linkedin, Social BPM, Social CRM, Social Networking, Technology
Most of the current focus of Social BPM is around Web 2.0 and social networking. It’s amusing that Unified Communication (UC) has been overlooked. Social media do their bit in terms of bringing people together on some of these media. But, a whole lot of duplication of collaboration effort can be reduced drastically by leveraging UC. I’m convinced UC will play an important role in BPM, but should it remain a subconscious effort?
ABI, Appliance Based Integration, BPM, Business Process Management, Collaboration, linkedin, Social BPM, Socially Aware BPM, Unified Communication, Web 2.0