Posted by: Adam Deane | 10/06/2011

BPM Research

Marco BrambillaI met Marco Brambilla at the IRM BPM conference yesterday

Marco is an assistant Professor of Software Engineering at Politecnico di Milano University in Italy.
Marco is also a scientific advisor at WebRatio.

Marco brings to the industry an important skill – Research.
The future of the BPM industry depends on the research, innovations, ideas and enthusiasm of our younger generation, especially the research work. The “R” part of R&D.

From what I’ve seen there’s a lot of BPM research being done in the Universities of Netherlands and Australia.
I would love to see more BPM research work find it’s way into the business domain.
Turning ideas into actions.

Take a look at Virtual BPM (via Australia’s Ross Brown) or the PkBoK (initiated by Queensland University) or Martin Böhringer’s Enterprise Activity Streams
Marco is currently working on Social BPM with other BPM experts in the industry.

Any innovation in our field should be encouraged and supported.
“Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth.”


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