I’ve written a research note on the intersection of context and process, and it’s a compelling subject. It’s not interesting to say that context can benefit processes; that’s self-evident. Just imagine stripping context out of a process, and you can see why we take it as “a given.” What’s more interesting about the relationship is that process and context interplay based on fundamental characteristics of the process itself. In this note, I drill down on one such characteristic – degree of structure – and show that some processes benefit from context in ways that others will not and cannot.
If you’ve blended context-aware computing and BPM, then you’ll probably know what I’m talking about. The research note is due out on the 20th.
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