Posted by: Adam Deane | 10/09/2010

Who’s Who in BPM

I just wanted to let you know that I’ve added a resource list of the BPM Bloggers that I currently follow. (see tab above)

As you all know, I’m always on the lookout for interesting BPM resources, so if you know of any blogs that I should add – please send me an email or twitter.

If the blog is active, BPM related and interesting – I’ll be happy to add it to the list.

Just to clarify: press releases, marketing blogs, one-off bloggers and vendor websites – will not be added.
I’m not in marketing. I don’t ask for money or any return favours. It’s just a resource list. Feel free to reuse it, but don’t abuse it.

For those already on the list – If you do not want to appear, my apologies for not asking you before adding. Please inform me and I’ll remove you from the list.

Please check the links to see that they are the correct. If you would like me to change the link, title or picture – please send me an email or twitter. I’m more than happy to do so.

There are additional blogs that I follow and decided not to add to the list, at this stage:
bloggers that have “gone quiet” in the past few months, ECM blogs, blogs that I couldn’t identify the person behind the blog, company blogs, and others… (“Phase 2”)

Any additional ideas or resource lists that you can send me will be appreciated.

I’m blogging about SaaS next week, workflow (back to basics) the week later, and hopefully “Open Source BPM” after that…
I hope you find them interesting.

Thanks for taking the time to read my blog.
Adam


Responses

  1. Hi Adam,
    It’s really wonderful of you to build out resources regarding BPM, and I’m honored to be included in your list of BPM blogs, though I am likely the least “mainstream” of your BPM resources 🙂

    What I love about your blog posts are 2 things: one, you see the interconnectedness and overlap of all enterprise software technology & do not view BPM in a vacuum/silo; and two, you very clearly see the value & importance of the human side of BPM. I see these attributes reflected in the creative breadth of your BPM resources.

    Thanks!
    Julie
    @juliebhunt


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