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is a systems architect and analyst who specializes in BPM and Enterprise 2.0.
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posted in October 2008

Taylor and Raden Define Decision Management

10/30/2008
Opening the second day of the Business Rules Forum, James Taylor and Neil Raden gave a keynote about competing on decisions. First up was James, who started with a definition of what a decision is (and isn't), speaking particularly about operation decisions that we often see in the context of automated business processes... Neil dug further into the agility imperative: rethinking BI for processes...

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From Here to Agility: Ron Ross on Rules

10/29/2008
Ron Ross kicked off this week's Business Rules Forum with a keynote called From Here to Agility; agility, of course, is one of the key reasons that you consider implementing business rules, whether in the context of BPM or other applications... He spoke convincingly about Tom Davenport's conclusion that automated decisioning will be the next competitive battleground for organizations...

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8 Things You Should Tell Your CEO

10/23/2008
When Pegasystems invited me to attend this week's PegaWorld conference, I took a quick glance at the agenda and thought that it said that George Clooney would be speaking. I immediately accepted. On second look, I noticed that it was actually George Colony, founder and CEO of Forrester Research. The somewhat-less-famous George talked about business technology (BT) in the format of eight things that he would tell your CEO over coffee...

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Pegasystems Bows Platform as a Service

10/17/2008
Pegasystems has announced a business processs management "Platform as a Service" (PaaS) offering. My first thought on reading the phrase "internal cloud" was that Pega is just hitching a ride on the cloud bandwagon. There are definite cloud-like capabilities for individual projects, although not for the organization as a whole...

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