BPM and Enterprise 2.0 at Software 2010 in Oslo

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.

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