Technology Forecast; Enterprise architecture: trends and outlook 2010 Issue 2

Technology Forecast
Managing the end-to-end process

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Tom Degarmo Managing the end-to-end process
This issue examines the yin yang of structured or repeatable work processes and versatile or variable human processes in an enterprise.
   
Features
   
Managing variability without constraining it Managing variability without constraining it
Leverage smart digital assets to extend process management to variable human tasks.
 
   
Smart digital assets Smart digital assets: Catalyst for end-to-end process management
The rise of smart digital assets presents a compelling opportunity to extend process management to variable human-driven processes.
 
   
CIO can mean more than a transaction wizard CIO can mean more than a transaction wizard
The CIO can lead the way to derive more value from long-neglected processes.
 
   

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Interviews
   
Stephen Kaufman Using metadata of smart digital assets for end-to-end process management
Stephen Kaufman of Schawk discusses how the confluence of process and asset management enables the company to manage its end-to-end process while facilitating the versatility of staff contributions to customer value.
   
Steve Miranda Model-based design
Steve Miranda of Oracle discusses how metadata is making a difference in managing human workflow processes.
   
Marge Breya Personalized and participatory business process
Marge Breya of SAP forecasts how smart digital assets combined with the “process of me” present a compelling opportunity for business process management.
   
Ismael Ghalimi Who will own the process?
Ismael Ghalimi of Intalio discusses the need for process owners and for process models to drive execution.