I’ve been negligent in my blogging lately, in part because the weather in Toronto has been absolutely beautiful — our summers are short enough that you really have to get out there and enjoy it while you can — and in part because two important people in my life have been moving house (one of them in with me) so I’ve been spending much of the last two weeks packing and moving boxes. However, the sumac bushes are starting to change colour, indicating that fall is on the way and it’s time to get back to some serious work.
One project that I’m working on is my presentation on BPM and Web 2.0 for the upcoming BPMG conference in London on September 18-20th, which gives me a chance to spend a few days in one of my favourite cities. I attended the conference last year and it had a lot of great content; the agenda for this year looks to be shaping up well and I’m looking forward to sitting in on some of the sessions. If you’re at the conference, please drop by to say hi.
If you’re going to be in the US instead of the UK during that time, you can attend BrainStorm’s BPM conference in Washington DC on September 19-20th. In fact, if you’re interested in joining ABPMP, there’s a special deal available where you’ll get your ABPMP membership for free (a $100 value) if you register here by September 1st and specify the priority code ABPMPDCNON when registering.