Track on Adaptive Case Management at Process.gov

Process.gov will be in Washington DC on April 14&15.  As the name implies, it is an event aimed at the public and public sector in helping to spread good information about process technologies.  What is entirely new this year is a track on Adaptive Case Management and the launch celebration for the book: “Mastering the Unpredictable“.

Day 1 is designed as an overview of of current process topics with key speakers invited with insight into particular areas.  Each talk is fast: 30 minutes, so that the important essence of a lot of topics can be covered, and to keep everyone awake.  I will be giving a presentation on process mining and automated process discovery. Day 2 is a more in-depth dive into a couple of subjects.  BPMN is always popular, and more so this year.  Robert Shapiro will be there to explain and discuss conformance levels and other important details of the ongoing BPMN 2.0 finalization.  Plus a track on traditional BPM / SOA integration. But the new track is in ACM.

The ACM track will be presented by five of the authors of the book: Tom Shepherd, Dermot McCauley, Jacob Ukelson, Max Pucher, and myself.  This is the first chance to spend an entire day exploring this exciting new subject area in depth with the experts.  The price is very reasonable as the WfMC, along with Oracle, subsidize most of the cost of putting on such an event, so it is a really good opportunity to discuss the latest topics.  Last year’s event was very well received.

On April 14, at the end of the day, there will be a panel session presentation of the main ideas, followed by an official launch of book “Mastering the Unpredictable” reception.  Now, you don’t want to miss that, do you?  Hope to see you there.

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