10 BPM blogs you should be following (2013 version)

Back in 2010 I wrote a blog post called 10 BPM Blogs you should be following.

Looking back on my stats it is still one of the most viewed posts I have written.

What I wanted to do today was to update the list of the folks I read on a regular basis to make sure you are linking in to the best.

There have been a number of changes in this list and they basically, fall into two categories:

1) Lack of Updates - If you're not updating your web site you probably shouldn't be on this list
2) Low quality updates - If you're updating but your content isn't worth reading then you shouldn't be on this list.

So, without further ado, here is the updated list. (oh, and there's 11 on this list now...)

  • Bruce Silver: Bruce is the daddy of BPMN, has been in the business for years and knows BPMN like the back of his hand (he should do - he helped write it)
  • Jim Sinur: He's been with Global360 and Gartner and he is the industry analyst for the BPM sector. His writing is often formal and rigid, but that doesn't take away from the value of his contents.
  • Theo Priestley: He's the Process Maverick, always ready to try and upset the applecart when it comes to BPM. When he talks it pays to listen to what he's saying
  • Sandy Kemsley: One of only two women on the list (which is a discussion point in itself). She attends and presents a lot at BPM conferences around the world and always has some useful insight into the latest movements in the BPM market. Her blog is 'Column 2'
  • The Process Ninja: He's Australian based and blogs about real-life applications of process. I look forward to his posts.
  • Connie Moore: The Forrester analyst for BPM and the other woman on the list. Finger on the pulse, covers the industry and the general BPM environment.
  • Bouncing Thoughts - Jaisundar from Stanford on BPM, CRM and CPM.
  • Ashish Bhagwat - Posts on BPM at The Eclectic Zone
  • Keith Swenson - writes thoughtful and informative posts on BPM and ACM (adaptive case management) that often inspire long conversations in the comments, and manages to do so without pushing his own company's products
  • Alberto Manuel - If it's pure BPM research you're looking for, Alberto's your man.
  • BP3 Blog - Scott Francis posts regular updates on BPM and associated topics.

If you were in the original list, but have dropped out, don't worry. It happened to me last year when one of my BPM blogging colleagues dropped me from his list. Don't take it to heart, but have a look at what you might want to do to update your blog.


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