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Independent analyst and systems architect specializing in business process management and Enterprise 2.0. Previously founded two successful product and service companies focusing on content management, BPM and e-commerce. Featured conference speaker on BPM and its impact on business, and writes the Column 2 blog on BPM and Enterprise 2.0. All posts are © Sandy Kemsley.

5 responses to “Integrating BPM and Enterprise Architecture”

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  3. Tony Tang

    Would be interested to hear any discussion or opinion as to the efficacy of using BPMN, UML, or IDEF0 for business process analysis and enterprise architecture development.

    My personal take is that BPMN is more adapt at capturing processes vice UML and IDEF0.

    Thanks.

    AMTang2

  4. Kirk Gould

    As I read the above note by Sandy, first of all I am very excited to see that Michael is teaching BPM at Stevens Institute of Technology. That is awesome! Mainstream baby!

    The second thing is this:
    If we want business people to use process as a second language, the words need to be no more difficult than their first language (business). Conceptually, process is straightforward, but we are still struggling with technical descriptions of business concepts. I just finished a curriculum outline for a partner of mine for teaching BPM, and I think we are ready for going mainstream with BPM. The pieces are in place and the burning platform of the marketplace is there.

    With CMMI, BPM, PBM, Six Sigma, kaizen, ISO, BPMN, etc…the acronyms\names will send a business leader running, If we want BPM in conjunction with Continuous Process Improvement to go mainstream, we need to use the language of business. In the meantime, perhaps we can teach classes in BPM as a second language. 🙂

    Thanks Sandy for continuing to be eyes and ears for us.