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SOA and BPM: Organizational and Methodological Aspects

This blog post describes the methodological and organizational aspects of SOA and BPM initiatives

This period is a period of revolution in some countries powered by usage of Facebook and Twitter.

SOA and BPM is also a revolution. Revolution in IT Paradigm and methods.

It is inevitable to move from Monolithic Silo based approach to Services and  Processes based Agile approach. SOA/BPM is a Mainstream approach and more than half of enterprises already begun the journey to SOA/BPM.

However, many enterprises fail in their SOA/BPM initiative mostly due to Methodological and Organizational reasons.

usually technology is not the weak chain causing failure.

It should be noticed that SOA Endeauvor's failure rate is higher than any other Endeauvor.

If you would like to understand why, read more http://avirosenthal.blogspot.com/2011/03/soa-and-bpm-organizational-and.html

More Stories By Avi Rosenthal

Ari has over 30 years of experience in IT across a wide variety of technology platforms, including application development, technology selection, application and infrastructure strategies, system design, middleware and transaction management technologies and security.

Positions held include CTO for one of the largest software houses in Israel as well as the CTO position for one of the largest ministries of the Israeli government.