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Bring Back the Old Think Tank

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Bring Back the Old Think Tank

I’m at the annual OMG BPM Think Tank event in Chicago and, to be perfectly honest, it isn’t working any more.   This used to be my favorite BPM event, an industry insider deal, just vendors and consultants – no users – talking about standards and how to move BPM forward as an “industry.”   You had the top technical guys from the tools vendors, top consultants and analysts, lots of energy and spirited debate.  None of that hustling and posturing that you find in typical end user BPM conferences.  Somewhere along the way OMG decided to morph Think Tank into a lame wannabe BPM end user conference.   Brilliant idea, guys.  OMG??  Seriously.  No chance. 

Sandy is doing her usual live blogging and the brevity of her posts says it all.  The networking is still fun but who wants to fly to the Motel 6 O’Hare for that?  Let’s get back to the old format, or put a bullet in this thing.

Below, Sandy decides to blow off the whole thing and take in a local “art exhibit” instead.

By | 2016-12-29T13:40:24-08:00 October 6th, 2008|Uncategorized|4 Comments

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  1. IT|Redux - On Multi Tenancy October 6, 2008 at 11:35 pm

    […] Kemsley was not too happy about the way OMG’s BPM Think Tank is evolving, and neither was Bruce Silver. Nevertheless, her remarks about Intalio’s participation in the BPM On Demand Panel are a bit […]

  2. Sandy Kemsley October 7, 2008 at 3:45 am

    I blame my dinner companions…

  3. […] Bring Back the Old Think Tank – BPMS Watch – Bruce Silver agrees with me on bringing back the old Think Tank format: standards and tech talk, not an end-customer conference. […]

  4. […] was the catchy snappy hip punchy title of our contribution to this year’s BPMI (aka OMG) Think Tank 2008’s RoundTable sessions. These are used to get feedback from […]

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