What BPM Blogs To Follow – The BPM Blog Roll…

A question which many BPM practitioners ask me is “Is there a directory of BPM blogs which we can follow to get a holistic view of the BPM space?“.
Looking back, I had the same question several months back and since then I have been hunting for such a comprehensive list – One which enlists multiple views from BPM practitioners across the globe. I did not find any which met my requirements and hence I created one of my own…

In this blog, I will list the BPM blogs which I have been following for a while now. For ease of consumption, I have broken them to logical categories as below:
1) BPM Product Vendor Blogs – For e.g.: Pega
2) Analyst Blogs – For e.g.: Gartner
3) Independent / Community Blogs

The Directory of BPM blogs is listed blow (In random order):

Jim Sinur (Gartner)
Clay Richardson (Forrester)
Connie Moore (Forrester)
Elise Olding (Gartner)
Janelle Hill (Gartner)

BPM Leader
Steve towers (BPGroup)
Adam Deane
Process Maker Blog
BPMS Watch (Bruce Silver)
Process Ninja (Craig Reid)
List of BPM blogs by Adam Deane – An absolute treasure with a comprehensive list of BPM blogs to follow

Did I miss any BPM blog? Leave a comment to let me know…
Originally published as List of BPM Blogs @ http://nischalamurthy.wordpress.com/2012/01/12/list-of-bpm-blogs . Edited and re-published here. Courtesy – Nischala Murthy Kaushik.


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By Nischala @ Wipro | July 26, 2012

20 Responses to What BPM Blogs To Follow – The BPM Blog Roll…

  1. Hi Nischala.
    Please add the IBM Business Process Management Products Support Blog, which is located at the following URL:

    Thank you for creating your list!

  2. Hi Nischala

    Add the BPMVision Blog! It’s a practical blog thats growing worldwide! Visit us at: http://bpmvision.blogspot.com!

    There is a fan page at facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BPMVision!

    Cya! Regards!

  3. Hi Nischala,
    Nice list very organized!!.
    Had created a similar list few weeks back, just thought of sharing the link (some of the items in the list will be an overlap)

  4. Hi Nischala, thanks for compiling this list — very useful!

    Could you add Appian to the BPM Product Vendor List? Our blog URL is http://www.appian.com/blog/


  5. The ebizq community has some great articles to offer as well. I use it for news and research: http://www.ebizq.net

  6. Hi Nischala, indeed, very useful list!

    Please add ChristianSteven to the BPM Product Vendor List as well. Our blog URL is http://go.christiansteven.com/blog.

    Thanks much! :)

  7. Could you also provide one section on freeware BPM products. This will help individual users who may be using it only when required…

  8. If you can read Dutch and don’t want too take BPM that serious for one time: http://www.procesje.nl

  9. Hi Nischala,

    I post a weekly BPM blog on my wordpress site and I also post it to eBizQ which posts blogs from many other BPM bloggers.


  10. Hi Nischala,

    I would like to see http://www.appian.com/blog/ under the BPM product vendor blogs. Thanks

  11. Hi everyone. A couple other blogs to put on your radar from BonitaSoft.

    Corporate blog – http://www.bonitasoft.com/company/blog

    Community blog – http://www.bonitasoft.com/company/blog

    Mac McConnell, VP Marketing, BonitaSoft

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  14. Hi Nischala,

    I also write a BPM blog at BPMjourney.com, which is bilingual site both written in English and Spanish (español).


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