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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 www.architecture08.com, Washington DC, April 2008. Also available from slideshare http://www.slideshare.net/TransformationInnovation/architecting-enterprise-bpm-systems-for-optimal-agility/

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