links for 2008-03-10

  • Peter Fingar on process patterns: nearly identical to the recent process patterns blog post by Jim Sinur, although Fingar splits out the knowledge-worker processes into ad-hoc case management and innovation processes.
    (tags: bpm)
  • A sample of Bruce Silver’s online “Process Modeling with BPMN” course — the newly-released third version — describing what’s in the entire training program. It’s about 6 hours over 12 parts, not including time that you’ll spend doing hands-on exercises.
    (tags: bpmn)
  • Great article from Bruce Silver on how to organize complex BPMN models, from a coarse-grained high-level overview to detailed subprocesses, and how to deal with communication between levels. Also incorporated into the new version of his course.
    (tags: bpmn)
  • The first of a three-part series on “The Mobile Age” from, amazingly, Air Canada’s inflight magazine. In this context, “mobile” means physical travel, not your cell phone; it’s about cultures spanning geographies. Part I: Modernism.
    (tags: travel)
  • The Mobile Age, Part 2: Globalism
    (tags: travel)
  • The Mobile Age, Part 3: Post-Globalism
    (tags: travel)
  • Saw this at CASCON a year ago, looks like it’s progressing: “A framework for tagging locations of interest within Eclipse…combines ideas from social bookmarking (tagging) and geographic navigation (waypointing) aiming to make finding information easier”

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