Webinars and podcasts

This seems to be my month for webinars and podcasts. Here’s the line-up:

  • I recorded a webinar for SearchSOA a few weeks ago on a pragmatic approach to using SOA and BPM together, particularly in the area of service discovery and specification. Unfortunately, I can’t find it on their site, so not sure if it’s been published yet. Keep looking.
  • On March 18th, I’ll be doing a live webinar on BPM centers of excellence that will become part of the Appian-sponsored BPM Basics informational site. You can sign up for the webinar here if you want to listen to it live, which will include Q&A from the audience; the version without Q&A will be available for replay on the BPM Basics site.
  • That same week, I’ll be recording a podcast with Savvion’s Dr. Ketabchi on BPM in a down economy. There have been a few other webinars on this topic lately, but right now it’s a very popular message and there’s lots to talk about. This will be published on ITO America, which provides broad coverage of technology issues for higher-level technical management.

The fun part of these three is that not only are they three completely different topics, they’re targeted at three different audiences: the first for developers and other technical people, the second for business and mid-level project team members, and the third at CIOs. Although doing webinars and white papers is a small part of my business, the research, analysis and writing that goes into them really helps to hone my ideas for applicability with my enterprise clients who are implementing BPM.

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