It’s been a quiet summer for travel – I haven’t been on a plane since June – but my fall travel schedule awaits:
- September 13-16 is BPM 2010, the 8th International Conference on Business Process Management, which is the academic BPM conference that I’ve attended in Germany and Italy the past two years. This year, I get to go all the way to New Jersey, instead, for its first North American appearance. I’m not presenting, but will be blogging from there.
- September 27-29 is IRM’s BPM conference in London, where I’m delivering a half-day workshop on the BPM technology landscape, presenting a session on collaboration and BPM and facilitating a roundtable discussion on transforming business process models into IT requirements.
- October 17-21 is Building Business Capability 2010, which is Business Rules Forum plus the new Business Process Forum and Business Analysis Forum, in Washington DC. I’ll be doing the same three presentations as at the IRM BPM conference the previous month.
- November 19 is a new one-day event, BPM World Convention, in London. I’ve agreed to keynote if it goes ahead as planned.
As of now, I don’t have any other definite conference plans for the fall, but there are lots of possibilities and tentative invitations:
- Intalio|World, October 5-6 in San Francisco
- Forrester’s Business Process and Application Delivery Forum, October 7-8 in Washington DC
- SAP TechEd Berlin, October 12-14 and TechEd US, October 18-22 in Las Vegas
- IBM Information On Demand, October 24-28 in Las Vegas
- IBM CASCON, November 1-4 in Toronto – it’s not BPM-specific, but it’s a good conference and is local for me
I keep a calendar of all the BPM-related events that I hear about, mostly for my own reference but I have made it public:
If you have something that you’d like to add to the calendar, add a comment here or email me directly. I typically do not include webinars or other online-only events, since that would tend to crowd out the physical events.
Note that you can view this in Week, Month or Agenda view using the controls at the top right. If you’re a Google calendar user, you can add it to your list of calendars using the button at the bottom right, which will allow you to see it overlaid on your own calendar.