This brings us to the major activity for many business process analysts, project managers and consultants; that of Business Process Modeling. While many organizations don’t want to start there, we have to start somewhere. And that somewhere is the “as is” process. How things are done today, warts and all. When an organization wants to [...]
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In addition to the 3 circumstances where parallel processes are typically used, there are other situations that affect how they are used. These include: When automation is involved, this is critical that the tasks are executed exactly at the same time, or in a pre-defined sequence that is almost in real time. Destination tasks from [...]
Ever feel like you are in the project from hell? Sometimes you may feel that you have been placed in a movie, or that God is testing you because of the hostility you are encountering in your project. In the most virulent form this may take on the form of Luddites (see definition below) who [...]