Business Process Management Survey

Update:  Thanks to Dave for commenting.  This is actually for Business Performance Management, not Process. 

If you’re involved in Business Process Management (BPM), you may be interested in the Zoomerang survey available here. All participants receive a complimentary $5 gift card from Starbucks and five participants will win an iPod touch.

This post isn’t sponsored – but I know many of us are involved in BPM so it is a decent opportunity.

If you’re not sure what BPM is, here’s a little bit from wikipedia:

Business Process Management (BPM) is a field of knowledge at the intersection between management and information technology, encompassing methods, techniques and tools to design, enact, control, and analyze operational business processes involving humans, organizations, applications, documents and other sources of information.

The Product of Poor Data Quality: Valuable Products?

Whether your are new to the discipline of Data Quality or an old pro, you’ll likely have heard, over-and-over, that poor data quality leads to an overall poor value of the data and ultimately poor decision making. This is certainly a good point and I have no argument with it. I would like to point out, however, that there have been times when poor data quality, mistakes, and little quality assurance has led to quite valuable products. Submitted solely for your entertainment, here are some examples of the high value of poor quality.
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