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Sandy Kemsley

BPM Think Tank

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I've just registered for the OMG's BPM Think Tank in Washington DC on May 23-25. The program is mostly about standards, which is a big focus for me right now. It will be a chance to see some people who I've met before, such as Phil Gilbert and Derek Miers, and meet a few others for the first time face-to-face, such as Bruce Silver, Keith Swenson (who I heard speak at the Gartner BPM Summit) and John Evdemon (who was referred to me by Harry Pierson when I met him at Mashup Camp).

If you're going, look me up. If you haven't signed up yet, discount registration fees for the BPM Think Tank are still available until May 1st.

OMG gets full marks for including bloggers when they're handing out press passes; my thanks to Dana Morris and Stephanie Covert for their forward-thinking press relations policies. I'll be blogging more about the event before, during and after.

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Sandy Kemsley wrote a note recently commending the upcoming BPM Think Tank in DC May 23-25, and I want to second that emotion. It’s put on by OMG, who absorbed BPMI.org in 2005. If last year’s version is any indication, this is the one event where ... Read More

Last year's BPM ThinkTank was the meeting place for all the BPM gurus in the industry, and this year promises to be just as good. A plug for BPM ThinkTank from Sandy Kemsley. Another vote for BPM Think Tank from Bruce Silver. Read More

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