I’m at the Software 2010 conference held by the Norwegian Computing Society in Oslo this week, and gave the opening keynote on one of the tracks this morning: how Business Process Management is being impacted by social software and social networking:
I gave a similar talk last November at the Business Rules Forum, but I find this topic to be endlessly changing and endlessly fascinating. I’ve written two related papers on it recently, too: one for the Springer BPM Handbook, and one for the Cutter IT Journal (specifically on runtime collaboration in BPM).
I won’t be attending most of the other sessions because they’re in Norwegian, but may pop out this afternoon and visit the Edvard Munch works at the National Gallery. I spent a few days in London earlier this week, visiting the Victoria & Albert, Tate Modern and British Museums, so that would round out my week nicely.