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Harmon on BPM: Toward an Agile BPM Methodology, Part 1, Identifying Problems
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Harmon on BPM: Toward an Agile BPM Methodology, Part 1, Identifying Problems

The Agile approach opposes the formal process methodologies that put more emphasis on developing an architecture and surveying an organization. The main driver for this change is the growing role that transformative technologies are playing in our organizations. In this first Column on an agile BPM approach, Paul addresses one issue: identifying the opportunity to be addressed by the new technology.

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Paul Harmon
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Paul Harmon
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Executive Editor and Founder, Business Process Trends
In addition to his role as Executive Editor and Founder of Business Process Trends, Paul Harmon is Chief Consultant and Founder of Enterprise Alignment, a professional services company providing educational and consulting services to managers interested in understanding and implementing business process change.

Paul is a noted consultant, author and analyst concerned with applying new technologies to real-world business problems. He is the author of Business Process Change: A Manager's Guide to Improving, Redesigning, and Automating Processes (2003). He has previously co-authored Developing E-business Systems and Architectures (2001), Understanding UML (1998), and Intelligent Software Systems Development (1993). Mr. Harmon has served as a senior consultant and head of Cutter Consortium's Distributed Architecture practice. Between 1985 and 2000 Mr. Harmon wrote Cutter newsletters, including Expert Systems Strategies, CASE Strategies, and Component Development Strategies.

Paul has worked on major process redesign projects with Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Security Pacific, Prudential, and Citibank, among others. He is a member of ISPI and a Certified Performance Technologist. Paul is a widely respected keynote speaker and has developed and delivered workshops and seminars on a wide variety of topics to conferences and major corporations through out the world.

Paul lives in San Francisco.

Paul can be reached at pharmon@bptrends.com
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