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Anne Stuart’s BPM in Action

Anne Stuart

Coming soon: Coverage from the Gartner BPM Summit in Baltimore

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I'm delighted to be attending the Gartner BPM Summit in Baltimore next week. The summit is shaping up to be a stellar gathering of BPM luminaries.

I'll be there from the opening reception to the closing keynote, covering the highlights both here and in future articles on ebizQ. You can expect selected coverage from all three tracks--beginning, intermediate and advanced--on a wide range of BPM trends, issues, strategies and more.

I'm especially pleased that ebizQ's parent company, TechTarget, is co-hosting a panel discussion called "Operational Intelligence: Linking Processes to Performance for Increased Insight." In this session, a select panel of advanced BPM practitioners will talk about how they use process activity to help their organizations reach key goals. We'll share their stories and their advice.

Guest keynoters include Phil Eastman II, a master instructor with Prosci Research, and Don Tapscott, chairman of the IT analysis and thought-leadership firm Moxie Insight and author of 14 books on technology and business. Gartner keynoters include Research Vice Presidents Janelle B. Hill and Ken McGee and Managing Vice President Daryl C. Plummer.

If you'll be at the Gartner BPM Summit, please let me know--I'd love to meet you in person. Either way, please watch this space for on-the-spot reporting. And visit ebizQ after the event for follow-up posts, articles and other coverage.

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Anne Stuart

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