People who apply Scrum in their projects are familiar with Tuckman’s stages of group development which describe the phases a team runs through every time it is formed or changed. The assumption is that the team members have to find their role before they can be productive. They get to know each other and conflicts . . . → Read More: Groupthink and Scrum
People asking for the differences between BPMN and BPEL they often hear BPMN is graph oriented whereas BPEL is block oriented. But what does that actually mean and why is it important?
Block orientation means that there is no way back in the process like a goto statement. In BPEL a common workaround is to . . . → Read More: Executable BPMN for Business Analysts?