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Contextual Workflow Modeling

Source: Macronetics
Activity-based workflow modeling (AWM) is a common and useful modeling technique, whose fundamental drawbacks limit its effectiveness in modeling complex, highly nuanced workflows. Contextual workflow modeling, a technology invented at Macronetics, overcomes the limitations of AWM.


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