July 2022

Copies-R-Us: A Case Study (Part 2)

This month we continue with our study of how one would apply the BPTrends Associates Process Redesign Methodology to a specific process redesign problem.

July 2022

Dear BPTrends Members, This month we publish some articles that will bring readers up to speed on new developments.  Meantime, we again mention that we are looking for new columnists and articles.  If you have something to say about BPM that you think other readers will be interested in, let us know. This month Harmon […]

June 2022

Copies-R-Us: A Case Study (Part 1)

Here is a detailed case study that illustrates how the BPTrends Associates Process Redesign Methodology is applied to a specific process redesign problem.

Dear BPTrends Members, I wouldn’t say we are back on track yet, but we are making progress, reviewing and reassigning our resources to continue www.bptrends.info.  Among other things, we have canceled our BPTrends Discussion site on Linked In.  For some reason we have never had the discussions of BPTrends articles there that we hoped to […]


The BPTrends Associates Methodology

A quick overview of how BPTrends Associates conceptualizes the business process space. A good process change methodology ought to systematically address all of these concerns.

Dear BPTrends Members, BPTrends was formed in 2003, just after I published my book, Business Process Change.  The initial idea was that the site would provide additional information about process work, as the field evolved.  We have been at it ever since and, in the course of publishing articles and columns by leading authorities we […]


May 2022

March 2022

As we inch toward spring, we at BPTrends are delighted to offer content we hope you will find both interesting and informative. Paul speculates on what may be in the future for business process, and Keith suggests a new and useful notation for architecting process. We look forward to your questions and comments Please let […]