BPM in Europe: The Process Community

BPM in Europe: The Process Community
While attending a summer BPM Conference in Portugal, Frits Bussemaker not only discovered the effects of cultural differences in how meetings are conducted, but, more importantly, learned the advantages of sharing BPM case studies among local communities globally. As a result, he and his colleagues established The Process Community whose founding principles are to work together and collaborate with global networks to share local experiences and best practices. Read his Column to learn more about this worthwhile effort.

Frits Bussemaker

Frits Bussemaker

Frits Bussemaker started his career in IT industry in 1988. He has worked for various organizations like Logica, Cambridge Technology Partners and Staffware/Tibco software. He is the founder and chairman of the Dutch BPM-Forum (www.bpm-forum.org), a non-profit neutral expert platform for BPM. He is also the president of the ProcessCommunity (www.processcommunity.org) an international network of board members of local BPM communities. He sits on the board of advice of a number academic, non-profit and commercial organizations. He is a frequent (international) speaker on BPM and community building and regularly contributes to books and magazines like the Dutch BPMagazine and BPtrends.com. He has an MSc from the University of Delft. He can be reached through frits.bussemaker@hetnet.nl.
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