In any dynamic business environment, the last thing you want is to indulge in navel-gazing. If you’re finely attuned to monitoring internal processes, but are not adept at responding to breaking events or anticipating the future, you will find yourself marginalized in the new global economy.
I just got on Twitter yesterday. My Twitter handle is “cmooreforrester”.Wow, what an experience.I had 54 followers in 24 hours, and now have 83 followers in 2 days.In honor of the occasion, I thought I would write the 50 things I know about BPM, in 140 characters or less for each entry.(OK, don’t hold me to the 140 character count; I didn’t count the actual sentence length.)Hope you enjoy it and get value from it.The 50 things I know about BPM:
Business process management is a discipline, not a technology.
The discipline is grounded in Lean thinking, continuous improvement, total quality management, and six sigma.
I typically don’t like to comment on rumors, but this one is too juicy (from the BI point of view) to pass by. Even though TIBCO’s business is primarily in application and process integration, enterprise service bus, middleware, messaging, etc., Business Intelligence implications of the rumored SAP/TIBCO merger are huge! By acquiring TIBCO SAP will get: