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May 04, 2007 02:57 PM PDT
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BPM, as we all know has gained a lot of attention in the past few years. Alongside BPM, SOA has gained tremendous attention in the past few years as well. What exactly is SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)? How can it help your organization? In this podcast, Mr. Udi Dahan, .NET Development Expert and SOA Specialist, analyzes the relationships between Master Data Management, Service Oriented Architectures and Business Process Management. Mr. Udi Dahan is The Software Simplist, a Microsoft Solutions Architect MVP, recognized .Net expert, and a member of both the Microsoft Architects and Technologists Councils. Mr. Dahan provides clients all over the world with training, mentoring and high-end architecture consulting services, specializing in Service-Oriented, scalable and secure .NET architecture design, and Web services. He is a member of the International Association of Software Architects (IASA), a frequent conference presenter, Dr. Dobb’s sponsored expert on Web Services, SOA, & XML, and a frequently published author. To learn more about Mr. Udi Dahan, please visit his website at http://udidahan.weblogs.us Thanks to Mr. Udi Dahan for the podcast. Do enjoy the podcast!
What is Business Process Management (BPM)?
April 27, 2007 02:10 PM PDT
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What is BPM (Business Process Management)? What is BPM? Mr. Terry Schurter, BPM Group Analyst speaks out on a podcast about the definition that he and Mr. Steve Towers recently put together. Mr. Terry Schurter and Mr. Steve Towers have just released their new books and much of the footwork leading to their publication involved in depth research in those organizations effectively implementing BPM. Along the way the discussion with CXO's returns to 'what is BPM?' as there are just so many alternative interpretations (over 200 to be exact). Never being ones to hide their opinion has resulted in them redefining and now publishing their view, and what they hope will become more of an up-to-date 21st century relevant descriptor for the BPM community, industry and those seeking a clearer understanding. Here is the definition on Business Process Management (BPM) by Mr. Terry Schurter and Mr. Steve Towers: “Business Process Management (BPM) is a natural and holistic management approach to operating business that produces a highly efficient, agile, innovative, and adaptive organization that far exceeds that achievable through traditional management approaches.” To learn more about Mr. Terry Schurter, please visit http://www.terryschurter.com/ To learn more about Mr. Steve Towers, please visit http://www.stevetowers.com/ Thanks to Mr. Terry Schurter for the podcast and thanks to both Mr. Schurter and Mr. Towers for the definition on BPM. Enjoy the podcast!
Welcome to the BPM Podcast
April 27, 2007 12:04 PM PDT
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BPM (Business Process Management) has gained tremendous attention in the past few years. But what exacty is BPM? Is it a management discipline, a software tool, a technique or methodology to streamline business process? Why the sudden buzz around BPM? Can BPM help your organization? Can BPM help your organization stay ahead of the competition? There are lot more questions around the concept of BPM that makes CXO's skeptical about getting into BPM. The goal of this blog is to educate executives and top management about BPM and how it can help organizations not only gain a competitive edge, but also sustain the competitive advantage they have. This blog will feature podcasts on BPM (Business Process Management) and related concepts. With podcasts, you can download it to your favorite mp3 player, download it to your PC, or just listen to it online. The podcasts will be from BPM industry leaders, practitioners, BPM trainers, and consultants. Enjoy the podcasts.