Connie Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org) is vice president and research director at Forrester Research.
Recent Stories From this Author
Fixing Weak Business Process Partnerships
January 4, 2013 An ah-ha moment reveals certain collaboration strengths
BYOT: The Lines Between Work and Personal Technology are Blurring
November 27, 2012 IT execs are doubling down on information and BYOT governance, coupled with corporate cloud-based solutions to stay ahead of...
Do You Have a Single Version of Process?
October 31, 2012 You must pinpoint business goals with BPM, standardization and truthful data
Get Creative About Business Innovation
July 30, 2012 Crowdsourcing, academia and customers show the business transformation right in front of us
Women IT Execs Share Insights on Leadership and Risk Taking
June 7, 2012 Men are just as interested in risk taking and leadership as women, but realistically, women and men have different views about...
Future of the BPMS
March 19, 2012 Business process management vendors ignoring dynamic case management do so at their own peril
Innovation Beyond Efficiency and Cost Savings
March 5, 2012 Execs expect more in the age of the customer
Selling C-Suite Business Process Transformation
February 28, 2012 Delighting customers to affect business outcomes that drive corporate performance is really the end goal
Embrace Big Process Thinking
February 15, 2012 5 Tenets to Drive Business Transformation
Expand Social and Analytics in BPM
January 18, 2012 First, find people who can put data and process together
Culture Eats Strategy For Lunch
April 26, 2011 CIO's motto underscores the fact that business change management is a tough issue for business process professionals,...
Business Process Professionals: A Newly Emerging Career Field in Search of Skills Development
September 9, 2010 With the growing acceptance and technological development of business process management (BPM) methodologies, a new career...
Toward The Information Workplace
July 27, 2006 Information Management is the revitalized term often heard this year to describe infrastructure that is required to unite...
Where do young IT professionals (30 and under) obtain information to aid with daily role responsibilities and career development?
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