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Sandy Kemsley

BPM and Enterprise 2.0 -- what a blast!

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I just had a great time hosting the BPM and Enterprise 2.0 panel with Phil, Phil and Ismael. These three have some radically different viewpoints, which made for a lively discussion (insert graphic of me dressed as a lion tamer, complete with whip and chair).

My favourite quote from the panel, from Phil Larson when speaking about mashing up BPM data: "BPM *is* a mashup".

And from Phil Gilbert, in an email note afterwards: "Awesome... most fun I've ever had on a webinar.  OK, OK, that's a low bar, I guess... BUT it was fun."

The replay should be available soon at the same link if you missed the live version.

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What A Tangled Web (2.0) from Phil Gilbert | Perspectives in Process on March 6, 2007 2:47 PM

I just got off an eBizQ panel discussion hosted by Sandy Kemsley. What a ball.. no slides, just good, topical conversation. Speaking of the conversation.... The panel also consisted of Phil Larson of Appian, Ismael Ghalimi of Intalio. The topic Read More

SaaS, Modeling-lite, Process Execution, Enterprise from Phil Gilbert | Perspectives in Process on March 13, 2007 8:47 AM

Nathaniel Palmer wrote a review of Lombardi's Blueprint that I thought was interesting. So after my conversation on "Enterprise 2.0" with Sandy Kemsley a couple of days ago I thought I'd go back to that. Read More

Earlier today, I participated in a lively ebizQ panel organized by Sandy Kemsley, with Phil Larson, Director of Product Strategy for Appian Corporation, and Phil Gilbert, Executive Vice President and CTO for Lombardi Software. We discussed about BPM ... Read More

ebizQ Panel on BPM and Enterprise 2.0 from Intalio, Leader in Open Source BPMS on March 13, 2007 8:50 AM

Earlier today, we participated in an ebizQ panel organized by Sandy Kemsley, with Phil Larson, Director of Product Strategy for Appian Corporation, and Phil Gilbert, Executive Vice President and CTO for Lombardi Software. More details on the panel’s ... Read More

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Hi Sandy,
do you know if there is a recording of the presentation? If so, where can I find it?
Thanks!

Nicolas, if you click on the original link in my post and go through all the registration, you eventually end up at the BPM in Action virtual conference (or click here and login with your ebizQ username). Navigate to the Conference Hall, then click on Day 1 and you'll find the replay of the panel there. Unfortunately, ebizQ doesn't make these available in any sort of downloadable MP3 format, you'll have to listen online.

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