Last week, I participated in my first of many BPM Twitter chats with @ProgressSW. Shout out to @marcobrambi, @robstoltz, @HBonCX, @khanna_aj, @dajb2, @seabird20.
If you have any thoughts or topics you’d like to see addressed in future chats, I’d love to hear from you; tweet me @mgualtieri.
The handle for this conversation was #responsivebiz.
To start, what is #BPM on Steroids? Why did you choose this theme?
What are the key elements of BPM on Steroids?
We've seen @Gartner_Inc recently using the term IBO – intelligent business operations. How does that relate?
What are others calling it?
What's wrong with #BPM?
So how can RPM create a better consumer experience?
What about companies in the news recently that could’ve benefited from RPM?
What do you think are the most pervasive pain points that RPM addresses?
What are the most common obstacles to embracing RPM?
Let’s end by going back to the future. What are the most imp trends in #BPM? #predictionsfor2012 or beyond?
The fact is: There are no silver bullets to solving the most complex business problems. You need a seamless combination of business process, rules, events, data, transactions, and great user experience design to build a great solution.
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