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  • 1. BPM / SOA Integration Working Group - 2010 Co-Chairs Steve Lang, Ford Karen Larkowski, BPM/SOA-C
  • 2. 2010 and Beyond… Enhancing SOA through BPM Enhancing BPM through SOA Bringing the two Worlds together.
  • 3. BPM / SOA Integration Working Group Our Mission Statement (Draft) The BPM / SOA Integration Working Group will define and promote industry consensus on best practices in integrating Business Process Management (BPM) with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). It will help to better define the roles of BPM and SOA as they relate to promoting innovation and business agility.
  • 4. Group Objectives (Draft) • Work together to gain a greater understanding of what the integration of BPM and SOA means to group members • Define the benefits to be obtained through a combination of BPM and SOA • Position the role of corporate executives and line of business management in relation to BPM and SOA and how this impacts integration • Define a road map for the evolution of integration in BPM and SOA products, services and messages
  • 5. Motivations • Feedback, guidance, and lessons learned on BPM / SOA convergence and integration (and implementation) • Involvement in the evolution of BPM/SOA Standards and best practices • How to better engage and align business users in these processes
  • 6. Deliverables • BPM and SOA : differences and complementary in terms of what they are shooting for and what are not • Current standards and future evolution • Best practices • Architectural patterns in terms of their integration • The best scenarios to pursue this integration (value added business cases) • Capture of guidance on needs of business people for business modeling and analysis capabilities • Consensus on needs for business agility and critical success factors for agility
  • 7. Learnings • Integration Scenarios • Design Patterns • Best Practices • Standards • Lessons Learned • Business perspective on needs for business models • Hot buttons of business people related to SOA, BPM and business transformation
  • 8. BPM / SOA Example
  • 9. Current State View • Reliance upon tacit knowledge CPE Manufacturing • Personality driven (Non-scaleable) Purchasing Engineering • Mix of manual and systematic PPM information transfers with the IT CAD Designer environment MF 1 • Not measurable MF 2 • Not a closed loop process SOR1 Finance SOR2 • Every defined process is tactical SOR3 Process Variation ! Complexity ! Chaos Process Variation ! Complexity ! Chaos
  • 10. BPM Centric View Metrics produced directly from the process Metrics produced directly from the process Business Process Metrics & Reports Users interact with a single process Users interact with a single process " Removes complexity " Removes complexity " Users don’t have to know the whole " Users don’t have to know the whole process process CPE Purchasing Manufacturing Engineering PPM CAD Designer Process is mapped and codified: Process is mapped and codified: " Scaleable " Scaleable " Captures intellectual property " Captures intellectual property TCe CMMS3 MPNR AIMS WERS WIPS Back office environment is hidden from the users Back office environment is hidden from the users
  • 11. An Alternate View (BPM and SOA) Business Process Metrics & Reports BPM Initiative :: BPM Initiative CPE Purchasing •• Driven by business vision, goals Driven by business vision, goals Manufacturing and metrics and metrics Engineering PPM •• Supported by “plain” or Supported by “plain” or CAD Designer automated process – or both! automated process – or both! TCe CMMS3 SOA Initiative :: SOA Initiative MPNR AIMS •• Supported by Core IT // Supported by Core IT WERS Architecture, as well as BPM Architecture, as well as BPM WIPS Initiative Initiative
  • 12. Implementation Example Business Process Metrics & Reports Metrics and Visibility!!!! Metrics and Visibility!!!! CPE Purchasing Manufacturing Engineering PPM Define the process Define the process CAD Designer Automate where applicable Automate where applicable Build robust, sustainable processes Build robust, sustainable processes TCe CMMS3 and services and services MPNR AIMS WERS WIPS
  • 13. Appendix
  • 14. SOA-Consortium The SOA Consortium is an advocacy group comprised of end users, service providers, and technology vendors, committed to helping the Global 1000 successfully adopt SOA by 2010.
  • 15. BPM Consortium The BPM Consortium is an advocacy group and community of BPM Practitioners, visionaries and authorities advocating for the adoption of best practices in Business Process Management across all industries and in government operations.
  • 16. Input requested… • What are your motivations for joining the call today and getting involved in the work of integrating BPM and SOA? • What are the five most important things you would like to see the BPM / SOA Consortium accomplish this year? • What are the top five things you would like to learn more about at the upcoming BPM / SOA meetings? Please e-mail your responses to karen@omg.org