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Posts from ‘October, 2010’

BPM: What are our BPM research expectations?

As a follow-up to an earlier post, here’s the start of a new discussion on BPMNexus. Feel free to either join BPMNexus and become part of the community or to comment here.
Dear Nexus members,
last week I attended the S-BPM One conference at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Although I was originally asked to present a [...]

BPM: A quick look back at the S-BPM One conference 2010

The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology hosted the second S-BPM One conference this thursday. For those unfamiliar with S-BPM, the ‘S’ stands for ‘subject-oriented’, which sounds slightly academic but is in fact a massive shift from the abstract control-flow approach to the workplace-centric (hence subject) view. S-BPM, besides its theoretical foundation, has also found its [...]

taraneon at the international S-BPM-One 2010 conference

The renowned Karlsruher Technologie Institute (KIT) of the University of Karlsruhe will host the international S-BPM-One 2010 conference on October 14th 2010. Representatives from academia,  researchers and developers of leading companies as well as BPM experts from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Russia will report and discuss the latest trends and  research results on business process [...]