The spring North American conference is done (and I’m so glad to be home), which means that there’s time for a few webinars. I’ll be doing one next Thursday, June 14, on organizational change for social BPM, sponsored by TIBCO. Although they’re sponsoring, TIBCO is really taking a back seat, giving the entire time for me to present, which gives me a more substantial amount of time to dig into the subject as if I were doing a full conference presentation.
I’m spending a lot of time thinking, writing and talking about social BPM these days; from the first presentation that I did on it (before it was called that) back in 2006, I’ve been watching the market and technology mature, especially over the past two years. With all of the technological advances, however, adoption of social BPM (and social enterprise software in general) is lagging behind, primarily due to the cultural and organizational changes that need to occur in order to enable it. In this webinar, I’m going to look at some of these changes to give you an idea of where you need to start, and summarize the benefits that you can expect to see as you move to more social ways of doing work.
Sign up for the webinar here; we’re doing it at 10am and 7pm Eastern to allow everyone to join regardless of where you are in the world. It will be live both times, with Q&A following my presentation.