SharePoint workflows are a great “jumping off point”. However, don’t discount SharePoint’s ability to provide robust business solutions natively, either!
“Agility” – Making positive changes efficiently, with calculated, isolated movements, which take advantage of your company’s coordination, skills, strength, and culture. BPM and Workflow provide such agility.
What happens when our workflow, “instruments” are harnessed together and used for creating powerful, complex, and impressive business processes, much like a symphony?
Now that we’ve thoroughly defined both, workflow and BPM, let’s compare and contrast the two types of business processes.
Just about to head down to Austin for the InnoTech Austin conference on Oct. 20, 2011. The event will be at the Austin Convention Center on October 20th, and is one of the largest Technology events in the region. I’ll be presenting a sesson on The PORTAL Method – 6 Steps to a successful portal.
Come find me (the SharePoint Dude) at the SharePoint Conference, in Anaheim. Swing by my company’s booth and say, “Hello”. I will not be advertising “The SharePoint Dude”, however, so you’ll have to catch me if you can!
Kaizen – Continuous Improvement. This is what we all strive for (or should strive for) – both personally and professionally.