Power Of Process Is Shipping

I provided a dust jacket endorsement for Kiran Garimella’s new book: The Power of Process: Unleashing the Source of Competitive Advantage which is now shipping from Amazon.

This is an interesting title – it’s a work of business fiction that helps explain some of the thinking, language, and acronyms around SOA and BPM in a lighthearted manner. If you are a developer or just interested in technical reading this book is not for you. However if you are a manager, enterprise architect, or another type who needs to either learn more about those topics at a high level or get some talking points to talk to a less technical audience then this book is for you. It’s a refreshing change from a lot of drier technical books and a quick read.

Kiran is also blogging on behalf of his new employer, so also check that out.

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2 Responses to “Power Of Process Is Shipping”


  1. 1 James McGovern 28 October 2006 at 2:48 pm

    Whoa, me and you endorsing the same book. Good to be on the same page…

  2. 2 Peter Pascale 29 October 2006 at 12:24 am

    Hmmm – the cover reminds me of a great Absolute Power riff:
    http://www.despair.com/power.html. Isn’t SOA absolute power? Ah well…

    If your aren’t a developer, there’s always this.


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