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Author Publication Published In Year
Fingar, Peter A 21st Century Business Lexicon BP Trends 2013
Ramias, Alan A Framework for Defining and Designing the Structure of Work BP Trends 2008
Rummler, Geary A Framework for Defining and Designing the Structure of Work BP Trends 2008
Ramias, Alan A Framework for Defining and Designing the Structure of Work Part 2 BP Trends 2008
Rummler, Geary A Framework for Defining and Designing the Structure of Work Part 2 BP Trends 2008
Ramias, Alan A Framework for Defining and Designing the Structure of Work Part 3 BP Trends 2009
Rummler, Geary A Framework for Defining and Designing the Structure of Work Part 3 BP Trends 2009
Davis, Rob A Process is Not Just a Flowchart (or a BPMN model) BP Trends 2011
Grigoriu. Adrian A Single Page Generic Business Architecture BP Trends 2010
Rosen, Mike Abstraction in Business Architecture BP Trends 2014
Fingar, Peter All Is Changed, Changed Utterly BP Trends 2014
Fingar, Peter An Architecture for Innovation BP Trends 2012
Tregear, Roger An Opportunity of Governance BP Trends 2015
Rosen, Mike Are Capabilities Architecture? BP Trends 2013
Harmon, Paul Are You a Business Analyst? BP Trends 2009
Harmon, Paul Artistic Processes BP Trends 2009
Sharp, Alec Boxes, Lines, Widgets, and Words: Managing Detail and Perspective in Models BP Trends 2009
Harmon, Paul BPM and Business Analysts BP Trends 2010
Harmon, Paul BPM and Other Domains of Practice BP Trends 2014
Harmon, Paul BPM and Project Management BP Trends 2007
Bromberg, David BPM for Knowledge Workers: Inside Decision Intensive Processes (DIPs): Knowledge, Practice, Context, and Characteristics BP Trends 2007
Bromberg, David BPM for Knowledge Workers: The Structural Foundations of Decision Intensive Processes (DIPs) BP Trends 2007
Burlton, Roger BPM Points of View BP Trends 2009
Rosenfeld, Austin BPM: Structured vs. Unstructured BP Trends 2009
Rosen, Mike Business Architecture Scenarios BP Trends 2013
Rosen, Mike Business Architecture: Critical Thinking in Business Architecture BP Trends 2014
Harmon, Paul Business Process Architecture and the Process-Centric Company BP Trends 2003
Burlton, Roger Business Process Manifesto! BP Trends 2012
Harmon, Paul Business Process, BPMN and Business Rules BP Trends 2008
Harmon, Paul Business Processes and Data BP Trends 2013
Rosen, Mike Business Processes Start with Capabilities BP Trends 2010
Harmon, Paul Capabilities and Processes BP Trends 2011
Harmon, Paul Capabilities, Again BP Trends 2011
Sharp, Alec Capabilities, Agile, and “Process Blindness” BP Trends 2011
Harmon, Paul Complex and Dynamic Processes BP Trends 2009
Rosen, Mike Death by Architecture Cutter Consortium 2009
Ramias, Alan Demystifying the Relationship Between Processes and Capabilities: A Modest Proposal BP Trends 2015
Spanyi, Andrew Demystifying the Relationship Between Processes and Capabilities: A Modest Proposal BP Trends 2015
Harmon, Paul Developing an Enterprise Architecture BP Trends 2003
Sharp, Alec Disabled by Enablers, Punished by Rewards BP Trends 2012
Goldberg, Larry Don’t Panic, It May be Simpler than you Think! Business Processes and Business Rules need not be Complex BP Trends 2009
Pedersen, David Don’t Panic, It May be Simpler than you Think! Business Processes and Business Rules need not be Complex BP Trends 2009
Barros, Oscar Enterprise and Process Architecture Patterns BP Trends 2010
Julio, Christian Enterprise and Process Architecture Patterns BP Trends 2010
Whittle, Ralph Examining Capabilities BP Trends 2012
Whittle, Ralph Examining Capabilities as Architecture BP Trends 2013
Vanhecke, Bruno Explaining the Multiple Dimensions Of BPM Using A 3D Model BP Trends 2014
Boots, Jim From Process Analysis to Employee Job Aids BP Trends 2009
Harmon, Paul From Process Analysis to Employee Job Aids BP Trends 2009
Martin, Craig Gaining Greater Cohesion: Bringing Business Analysis and Business Architecture into Focus The Open Group 2013
Jenkins, Teri Government Process Management: A review of key differences between the public and private sectors and their influence on the achievement of public sector process management. BP Trends 2007
Tregear, Roger Government Process Management: A review of key differences between the public and private sectors and their influence on the achievement of public sector process management. BP Trends 2007
Harmon, Paul How People Make Decisions Within Processes BP Trends 2012
Mello, Alexandre How to Avoid the 10 Biggest Mistakes in Process Modeling BP Trends 2014
Harrison-Broninksi, Keith Human Processes: The Business Process Spectrum BP Trends 2009
Davis, Rob If you are not Modeling Data how do you know your Processes Work? BP Trends 2012
Long, Kathy A IGOE — Guide From Policy to Business Rules BPR Journal 2012
Long, Kathy A IGOE — Link to Decision Criteria BPR Journal 2012
Lyke-Ho-Gland, Holly Increasing Employee Engagement in Process: The Case for Crowdsourcing BP Trends 2015
Harmon, Paul Integrating and Aligning Multiple Process Methodologies BP Trends 2012
Fingar, Peter Integrity: The Core Core Competency in the Age of Digital Transparency BP Trends 2013
Rosen, Mike Introducing Business Architecture BP Trends 2012
Harmon, Paul ISPI and Human Performance Improvement BP Trends 2004
Harmon, Paul Job Aids and Checklists BP Trends 2011
Gotts, Ian Leading Indicators vs. Lagging Indicators BP Trends 2009
Harmon, Paul Lean versus Six Sigma BP Trends 2008
Harmon, Paul Managing Business Processes: How Does a Company Manage Business Processes? BP Trends 2003
Evans, Gail Managing Risks with an End-to-End Process View BP Trends 2014
Davis, Rob Managing your Risks by Managing your Process BP Trends 2012
Harmon, Paul Manufacturing and Service Processes BP Trends 2008
Gould, Kirk J Metricizing the World BP Trends 2008
Power, Brad Michael Hammer’s Process and Enterprise Maturity Model BP Trends 2007
Bernhard, Eike Modelling Processes and the Question of Impact BP Trends 2012
Recker, Jan Modelling Processes and the Question of Impact BP Trends 2012
Sharp, Alec Models, not Modules – Keeping your Process Models “Human-readable” BP Trends 2011
Harmon, Paul Once More: Porter on Competitive Advantage BP Trends 2007
Harmon, Paul Once More: What is BPM? BP Trends 2010
Wolff, Celia Once More: What is BPM? BP Trends 2010
Sharp, Alec Peace Accord Reached! Process vs. Capability Debate Ends with a Whimper BP Trends 2013
Burlton, Roger Perspectives on Process Modeling BP Trends 2009
Fingar, Peter Playing the BPM Gamification Game BP Trends 2013
Sharp, Alec Process Architecture on a Budget – Part 1 BP Trends 2010
Sharp, Alec Process Architecture on a Budget – Part 2 BP Trends 2010
Davis, Rob Process for the People or Just for Experts? BP Trends 2013
Harmon, Paul Process Governance BP Trends 2008
White, Stephen A Process Modeling Notations and Workflow Patterns BP Trends 2004
Harmon, Paul Processes and Capabilities BP Trends 2014
Harmon, Paul Processes vs. Projects BP Trends 2010
Harmon, Paul Processes, Feedback, and Management BP Trends 2013
Rosen, Mike Processes, Value Streams, and Capabilities BP Trends 2012
Gotts, Ian Putting the M back in BPM BP Trends 2012
Harmon, Paul RecrEAtion: Realizing the Extraordinary Contribution of your Enterprise Architects (Book Review) BP Trends 2011
Ramias, Alan Reference Models: The Long, Long Shortcut BP Trends 2012
Wilkins, Cherie Reference Models: The Long, Long Shortcut BP Trends 2012
Ross, Ronald Rules and Processes: Examples Showing How They Relate BPR Journal 2006
Harmon, Paul Scoping Processes BP Trends 2012
Long, Kathy A SIPOC for Service: Is It Enough? BPR Journal 2010
Van Tiem, Darlene Six Sigma and HPT: Mutual Benefits BP Trends 2004
Long, Kathy A Six Sigma for Service: Is it Sufficient? BPR Journal 2011
Sharp, Alec Some Thoughts on Process Discovery BP Trends 2009
Fingar, Peter Systems Thinking: The "Core" Core Competency for BPM BP Trends 2005
Rosen, Mike Ten Things an Architect Does to Add Value Cutter Consortium 2009
Sharp, Alec That Squishy Culture Stuff BP Trends 2012
Burlton, Roger The Business Architecture Landscape BP Trends 2015
Harmon, Paul The Business Process Manifesto BP Trends 2012
Potts, Chris The Consumer Has the Technology The Market Has the Process BP Trends 2011
Harmon, Paul The Four Key Diagrams for Business Process Analysis Work BP Trends 2014
Khan, Rashid N The Hype about Simulation and Optimization BP Trends 2009
Graham, Ben The Roots of the Business Process Mapping BP Trends 2008
Dubray, Jean-Jacques The Six Fallacies of Business Process Improvement BP Trends 2008
Vauquier, Dominique The Six Fallacies of Business Process Improvement BP Trends 2008
Ramias, Alan The Two Performers: People and Technology BP Trends 2009
Wilkins, Cherie The Two Performers: People and Technology BP Trends 2009
Smith, Howard Thinking Processes, Capabilities and Services What’s in a Word? BP Trends 2014
Harmon, Paul Types of Process Methodologies BP Trends 2015
Rosen, Mike Use Context Diagrams to Bridge from Value Streams to Processes and Services BP Trends 2013
Harmon, Paul Value Chains, Value Streams and Business Architecture BP Trends 2013
Harmon, Paul Value Nets and Value Chains BP Trends 2007
Sharp, Alec Weighing in on BPMN – What it’s Good for, What it’s Not BP Trends 2010
Harmon, Paul What Do Business Process Managers Manage? BP Trends 2008
Harmon, Paul What is a BPM Practitioner? BP Trends 2012
Harmon, Paul What is a Business Architecture? BP Trends 2010
Harmon, Paul What is a Business Process? BP Trends 2011
Long, Kathy A What is an IGOE? BPR Journal 2012
Foshay, Rob What is Expertise? BP Trends 2006
Gotts, Ian What’s in a Name? It’s Just Window Dressing, isn’t it? BP Trends 2010
Sharp, Alec What’s In, What’s Out? Thoughts on Scoping Models BP Trends 2013
Sharp, Alec What’s So Special about Your Process? BP Trends 2012
Burlton, Roger Who Cares About Your Business Processes? BP Trends 2010
Burlton, Roger Who Cares About Your Business Processes? Part 2: Stakeholder Analysis in Business Process Architecture BP Trends 2010
Harmon, Paul Working at Different Levels BP Trends 2013