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File BPM for CMMI
File Creating synergy between BPM and EA in an e-government environment
A presentation on 5th Middle East Business Process Excellence Also available on
File Practical aspects of implementation enterprise BPM systems
File How to get BPM working for your enterprise
Link BPM reference model
An article in a Russian IT Magazine - Эталонная модель BPM
Link How to simplify the evolution of business processes
An article on BPMS.RU - Как упростить изменения бизнес-процессов предприятия
File Business Process Management - Concepts de base
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File Towards executable models within BPM
A track presentation at the "Architecture World 08" 19 June 2008, Bangalore, India
File Architecting enterprise BPM systems for optimal agility
A keynote presentation at the "Architecture World 08" 19 June 2008, Bangalore, India
File How to simplify the evolution of business process lifecycles
In Conjunction with CAiSE’08. The 9th Workshop on Business Process Modeling, Development, and Support BPMDS'08 Business Process Life-Cycle: Design, Deployment, Operation & Evaluation. 16-17 June 2008, Montpellier, France
File Architecting enterprise BPM systems for optimal agility
Experience shows that business wants separate requests for change to be implemented quickly. These changes are typically small from the point of view of the business, but unpredictable from the point of view of the IT. To be able to handle easily such a flow of requests for change, a BPM system has to be properly architected so that it can address all concerns, from those of traditional enterprise architecture right through to those of execution. The aim of this article is to share my experience with a practical architectural framework for the improvement of complex BPM systems. This framework provides recommendations on how to implement agile (i.e. easy-to-evolve) enterprise BPM systems. Architecture and Process conference, Washington DC, April 2008. Also available from slideshare
Link Business Process Modelling Procedure - A pragmatic method to build executable business processes
From our experience delivering effective and efficient process models is one of the most chal-lenging parts in any business process initiative. A failure to correctly model the process may lead to inef-ficient, non adaptable, non maintainable or ineffective processes. Despite the first impression, capturing a business process is not a simple task, it requires a methodical approach. Throughout this article, we pre-sent our modelling approach and give recommendations, based on our experience, to ensure the accu-rate transformation of business needs into executable business processes, thus realize business & IT alignment. Our methodology is divided in four steps: black boxing, decomposition, coordination and in-strumentation. It is a recursive and iterative procedure where building blocks are recursively constructed, like Russian dolls. This modelling procedure is an integral part of our approach for improving BPM systems. It is the first part of a book that will be released soon.
File Practical Industrialisation of Information Technology (for alignment of business and IT)
A lecture for course “Enterprise and Service-Oriented Architecture (ESOA) 2007” Lausanne, EPFL, June 20, 2007
File Three pillars of a practical architectural framework: BPM, SOA and ECM
Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, October 23-25, 2006
File From agile development to agile evolution of enterprise systems.pdf
A presentation on the EuroPython 2006 conference at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland. See alos
File The use of Plone for enterprise solutions (slides)
The aim of this talk is to share the experience in use of Plone for a couple of enterprise solutions. An approach for advancing Plone into ECM and BPM areas is also discussed. Plone conference 2005, Vienna, Austia
File The use of Plone for enterprise solutions (text)
File Agile SOA Framework For Process Automation And Integration
Published in 2004 on ( Agile SOA Framework For Process Automation And Integration Enterprises with such an architecture would realize benefits that only begin with much greater agility and lower maintenance costs, points out longtime IT consultant Alexander Samarin. And he has just such a design in mind...
File ISO: integrating the WEB and document management
Documation conference, Paris, March 2001
File Creating a synergy between BPM and electronic archives
File Explaining EA: business architecture basics
The purpose of this document is to provide an explanation about Business Architecture (BA). Informally speaking, BA defines how work gets done within an enterprise. How work gets done is, of course, not completely unknown, but the knowledge is diffused throughout different instructions, strategic papers, reports, e-mails and in peoples’ heads. The aim of BA is to make this knowledge explicit, i.e. formal, externalized and operational, so it can be used for decision making, operating control, daily work, knowledge transfer, etc.
File CV
File E-government reference model
An e-government reference model is proposed to optimise the implementation of e-government within a country as well as among several countries.
File Regional platform for e-governments and e-governance
A concept of a common regional (among several countries) platform for e-government and e-governance is presented and discussed.
File E-government reference model
File E-government platform architecture
File CBDC_Interoperability.pdf
File CBDC_Legal_Finality.pdf
File CBDC_Privacy.pdf
File CBDC_Resilience.pdf
File CBDC_Universal_Access.pdf
File CBDC_Security.pdf
File CBDC_Legality.pdf
File CBDC_Financial_Inclusion.pdf
File CBDC and WCU solution v2.pdf
File The_WCU_supply.pdf
File Triple_Entry_Accounting.pdf
File Human-value-centric Digital Transformation of money
File Human-value-centric Digital Transformation of money
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