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Max J. Pucher

I am the founder and Chief Technology Officer of ISIS Papyrus Software, a medium size software company specializing in communications and process management. I wrote several books and hold a number of patents. My quest is to bring common sense to IT, mostly by focusing in human quality issues rather than cost saving, outsourcing and automation. I am also Chief Architect at VIPorbit software which provides mobile relationship management.
Max J. Pucher has written 26 posts for Max J. Pucher – On Writing

Social BPM Handbook 2011

I was recently invited to participate in the ‘Social BPM Handbook 2011’ to be published by Future Strategies in June 2011. This is an important subject covered by a great collection of expert arcitcles, while I don’t fully agree that BPM and Social are natural complements. Rather the opposite! My contribution is thus titled: How … Continue reading

Mastering The Unpredictable

Recently I co-authored a book on ACM Adaptive Case Management. Many current implementations of process and case management solutions are at odds with modern management concepts. While that applies to all workers, it is especially relevant for highly skilled knowledge workers. Motivation is achieved by empowering people to be valuable team members rather than through … Continue reading

A Shakesperian Tale

In 2012 the Kyoto Protocol to prevent climate changes and global warming runs out. At the conference in  Copenhagen 2009 the parties of the UNFCCC – United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – met on government level before the climate agreement needs to be renewed. Quote from the Conference Website: “An important part of … Continue reading

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