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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... Read More..
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I went looking at last year's BPMG conference webpage to find out about this year's conference, and was surprised to see that not only have they moved their conference to September, but they're headlining a European Gartner BPM summit in... Read More..
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With that title, you can just imagine the black-cassocked priest striding across the Irish moors to confront his personal demons... or maybe I have an overactive imagination from watching a rerun of The Thorn Birds last night. Anyway, this isn't... Read More..
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The last day at the Gartner conference was a short one for me: I skipped the vendor sessions in the morning, so only attended Daryl Plummer's session "BPM in the Service Oriented Architecture" and the Andrew Spanyi talk at lunch... Read More..
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I finished up Tuesday at the conference with Bill Rosser's "Creating a Business Architecture". I found his enterprise architecture models to be a bit inconsistent: at one point, he includes application architecture in information architecture; later, he splits them out... Read More..
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Tuesday's session by Jim Sinur, "When Will the Power Vendors Offer Credible BPM Solutions?", was one of the most interesting that I attended all week. For one thing, it left me with the question "which BPM vendor will Oracle buy?",... Read More..
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Daryl Plummer's Tuesday keynote, "How Do You Measure and Justify Business Agility" made a few good points about the completely over-hyped notion of business agility: Agility is a legitimate management practice. If you don't have people focussed on agility, it's... Read More..
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Hey, I finally made it to blogging about Tuesday, and it's only Friday. Tuesday was a pretty full day at the summit: sessions all day and vendor hospitality suites in the evening, a true test of a marathon conference-goer. The... Read More..
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I managed to squeeze in a couple of vendor sessions on Monday, and particularly enjoyed that by Patrick Morrissey of Savvion on "The Seven Deadly Sins of BPM". He sees a process-centric future with BPM as a standard part of... Read More..
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I attended Dale Vecchio's session on "Using SOA from Legacy in BPMS", which promised "ways to create web services out of existing systems and use them in BPM solutions". An interesting tidbit: he claimed that the most common surprise during... Read More..
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