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is a systems architect and analyst who specializes in BPM and Enterprise 2.0.
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posted in November 2009

Smarter Systems for Uncertain Times

11/9/2009
We live in a time of constant, rapid change, and businesses need to respond to this change or risk losing their competitive edge. It's not enough to be a smarter organization: you have to have smarter systems because of the volume and complexity of the events that drive businesses today. Smarter systems have four characteristics...

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Rapid Change: The New Decision Dilemma

11/4/2009
One of the effects of increased connectivity on business is that it speeds the impact of change: as soon as something changes in how business works in one part of the world, it's everywhere. This makes instability -- driven by that change -- the normal state rather than an exception...

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