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OMG has opened up registration for their BPM Think Tank to be held this July in San Francisco. I attended this last year and found it extremely valuable -- you can find my coverage of the 2006 Think Tank here.... Read More..
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I attended this year's OMG BPM Think tank, blogged extensively about it, and generally concluded that it was a great conference with excellent opportunities both for learning and for participating. The dates for the 2007 BPM Think Tank have now... Read More..
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Although labelled "The business value of BPM", this is really a webinar on BPM standards as a wrap-up of the recent OMG BPM Think Tank, which I blogged extensively about. Since I was at the Think Tank and have a... Read More..
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The Spring OMG newsletter is available online (direct link to PDF) with a 2-page article "OMG and Service-Oriented Architecture": In essence, SOA is an architectural approach that seeks to align business processes with service protocols and the underlying software components... Read More..
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Since I only finished posting about yesterday's sessions at the end of this morning, I decided to just do a final conference wrapup instead of separate wrapups for yesterday and today. In general, the BPM Think Tank was great, and... Read More..
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The last of the four roundtables that I attended was on BPDM, led by Fred Cummins. I started with my (by now) usual question about the distinctions and overlap between XPDL and BPDM: his response was that XPDL is an... Read More..
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This afternoon, I attended technology roundtable on XPDL led by Keith Swenson. Keith went around the table and asked how we (or our customers) are modelling processes now. The biggest faction by far use Visio, but PowerPoint (!), UML activity... Read More..
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Following this morning's panel, Nancy Craft of Volvo gave a keynote on Process Integration in the Supply Chain. She works for the IT department that supports three different truck brand divisions (Volvo, Mack and Renault), and they initiated a business... Read More..
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I finished yesterday afternoon by attending a technology roundable on BPEL led by John Evdemon. There was a lot of ground covered there that I had heard in his workshop on Day 1 and the panel earlier yesterday that I... Read More..
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Today started off with a panel called What the Business Needs: Standards and Technology for BPM Success. Derek Miers moderated, and the panelists were Joe Olsey of Morgan Stanley, Greg Meyer of iJET (who gave a keynote yesterday), Nancy Draft... Read More..
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