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Segmenting BPMN: My View

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Tom Baeyens weighs in on my debate with Michael. He mostly sides with Michael, but I think because of a slight understanding of my stance. I’m not saying BPMN is all or nothing. Yes it has parts that are not very useful. And, like Michael, the tool vendors factor into my thinking as well, in particular the BPMS vendors who support BPMN’s model-driven implementation style. So I, too, divide up BPMN constructs into different buckets, but with very different criteria.

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