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You probably didn’t notice…

… but I changed the title and tag line for this blog. There are two primary reasons for this, one personal and one professional.

First the personal. I’ve decided to expand the scope from just work to a few choice personal items. The one that you’ll see the most of for the next several months is related to the Tough Mudder New England, a challenge I’ve taken on to raise money for Children’s Hospital Boston. I may throw in an article on other topics here and there as well, so some of the posts will be less about BPM and Case Management and more about life in general. And so, the randomness of the blog drives the title to a degree (because the posts will occasionally be sort of random).

On the work front, I chose the title “Practically Unpredictable” because it reflects my belief that many of the core business processes we deal with day-in and day-out are just about always unpredictable. So rather than strictly taking about process improvement, I though the title should reflect the biggest challenges we face in business.

So there you have it. Hope you enjoy the expanded content and that you aren’t chased away by the random topics here and there. Thanks for reading!

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