Reference/Articles/Structure

Initially
After an introductory collection of articles around some of the issues, this document starts by taking a step back, reconsidering information processing and knowledge architecture fundamentals to get a better view at the deep nature of processes and rules, defining how they can be better managed, while, as much as possible, trying to avoid repeating what is typically already well understood about them.

Initially
This document starts by taking a step back, reconsidering information processing and knowledge architecture fundamentals to get a better view at the deep nature of processes and rules, defining how they can be better managed, while, as much as possible, trying to avoid repeating what is typically already well understood about them.

Next
Next, the document considers how current Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Modeling and Management standards and tools could be improved to better support process optimization, adaptive case management, as well as knowledge Resource Entitlement, Modeling, Management, and Sharing.

Finally
Finally, the document more closely considers the future of Business Process Management and its integration in the greater perspective of information management and processing, also considering some related impacts on enterprise and cross-enterprise architecture and governance.

Also
As words are still our best tools for communication and to share understanding, to improve understanding and avoid as much confusion as possible, the document also introduces, in appendix, a glossary of related terms.

References
Links to related information Web pages and references conclude the document.