Seven interesting blogs about business processes and BPMN modeling

7 blogs about Process Design and BPM

There are many impressive blogs on business processes and modeling.
Here are some of our favorites (in no particular order).

BPMN Leader

“BPM Leader is the expert network and community site where you can find the latest insights, ideas and best practices on Business Process Management (BPM), Workflow Automation, Case Management (ACM), Lean Six Sigma (LSS), Change Management and related domains.” bpmleader.com

BPTrends

“Paul Harmon and Celia Wolf launched Business Process Trends in 2003 to provide a comprehensive, reliable and unbiased source of information relating to trends, directions and best practices in Business Process.” bptrends.com

Business Process Watch

“Bruce Silver Associates has been in business since 1994, providing consulting, training, industry analysis, and publishing focused on business process management. The blog, until recently called BPMS Watch, covers BPM technology and BPMN tools, training, and practice.” brsilver.com

Bpmn Institute

“BPMInstitute.org is a practitioner-led community of BPM professionals in the world, with over 50,000 members. Member services include training and certification, BPM events, a wide range of vendor-neutral BPM and related content, as well as face-to-face and online networking.” bpminstitute.org

Business Process Incubator

“The Business Process Incubator (BPI) is an online resource provided by Trisotech with the goal of sparking to life the promises of Business Process Management (BPM).” businessprocessincubator.com

Column 2

“About BPM, Enterprise 2.0 and technology trends in business – Sandy Kemsley is an independent analyst and systems architect, specializing in business process management, Enterprise 2.0, enterprise architecture and business intelligence.“ column2.com

Bpm.com

“For over 9 years, BPM.com has been the Internet’s leading destination for articles, news, research and white papers on Business Process Management, Process Modeling, Business Rules, and Case Management.” bpm.com

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