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Posts from Date:   2010-11

Will Mobile Apps be the BPMS Killer?

by Elise Olding  |  November 30, 2010

Now that I have your attention…are you considering the inclusion of mobile apps in your business process design? Are you knowledgeable about how apps can be integrated into your design? If not, then it’s time to start. Mobile apps can not only deliver a competitive advantage, but can also be part of a larger cost-reduction effort. […]

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Efficiency, Design and Behavior

by Elise Olding  |  November 23, 2010

A while back I wrote a blog questioning if processes can change behavior. What about design? Think about the iPhone – a work of art, sheer beauty and joy to those who use it (well except for the phone part!). Take an aircraft as another example. The aisles are just wide enough for the beverage […]

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Twitter Recap: Gartner Sydney Symposium – Day 1

by Elise Olding  |  November 16, 2010

Carol Rozwell and I are monitoring the tweets from Oakland, Boston and now Phoenix.  There are over 1500 attendees in Sydney.  We wish it was 1502!  The number of tweet volume is approximately the same as in Orlando and Cannes Symposia, however the number of those tweeting in relation to attendance is higher.  The tweet […]

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Twitter – Gartner Symposium Sydney

by Elise Olding  |  November 15, 2010

Carol Rozwell and I will once again be monitoring the twitter stream from afar. I can certainly say that I will miss being in Sydney – one of my favorite cities in the world. The food, the people and the weather can’t be beat! Have a wonderful conference, engage and use #GartnerSyd to join the twitter […]

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Twitter View – Gartner Symposium in Cannes – Monday

by Elise Olding  |  November 8, 2010

Carol Rozwell, Deb Logan and I are monitoring the twitter stream from afar for the Gartner Symposium in Cannes (#gartnersym). According to Tweetronics as of 10pm (Cannes time) there were 1056 tweets from 324 users. For the size of the conference, that’s comparable to the volume of tweets and number of users at the US Symposium in Orlando.  […]

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Process Design – Time to Think Beyond Efficiency

by Elise Olding  |  November 2, 2010

During my time here at Gartner, it seems many of the process design projects I see focus on efficiency and saving costs. Sometimes your job is to redesign the box but I would propose that more exciting times are upon us. It’s now time to think about the box itself. Here’s just a few of […]

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