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What to Read to Stay Up to Date on the Latest BPM Trends

Blogs are a dime a dozen these days. BPM blogs are no different. The number of resources available can be overwhelming. Luckily, we’ve made it easy for you and have compiled a list of what we consider to be the best BPM blogs out there. In no particular order, read below to see which blogs you should follow to stay up to date on the latest business process management trends.

Column 2 Blog

This blog covers a wide variety of topics, from artificial intelligence and process-based applications, to RPA Enablement. It’s written by Sandy Kemsley, an independent analyst and systems architect. She has over 20 years’ experience and specializes in business process management (BPM), digital process automation (DPA), the social enterprise, and enterprise architecture and business intelligence. Her experience allows her to share the latest and greatest BPM findings with her readers.

bpm.com Blog

bpm.com is one of the leading destinations for articles, news, and research on business process management, process modeling, business rules and case management. Their in-depth blog focuses on topics such as automation and the customer experience, and how AI is revolutionizing the next era of business process management. This blog is a great overall resource for BPM professionals.

BP3 Blog

The BP3 blog contains key insights into business process management. They have several expert writers, who educate their audience on issues like getting started with digital operations transformation, and the rate of change and change management. The organization itself delivers transformative solutions that help organizations improve overall performance by connecting people, processes and technologies.

The Forrester Business & IT Alignment Blog

Forrester is a large, well known market research company that provides advice on the impact of technology. They have a blog category dedicated to Business and IT alignment with different analyst authors writing about things like driving digital culture into your organization or what pitfalls to avoid in the next era of digital service engagements. There is much value to be gained by checking in with the Forrester blog every now and again.

Thinking Matters Blog

This blog is written by Keith Swenson, who has spent the last 30 years finding the keys to technology that will help people collaborate more effectively. He is also the VP of R&D at Fujitsu America. He tackles subjects such as agile best practices, and goal-oriented business process management. His blog helps readers become more efficient, adaptive, and effective.

So, there you have it, our top 5 BPM blogs. Do you have one you would like to add to the list? Comment below, and we will check it out. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the iGrafx blog, so that you never miss a new piece of our BPM content.

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