Social BPM Summer School International Summer School on Social Business Process Management (Social BPM) – Como, Italy – July 17-20 2012

Social BPM Summer School

Program

The preliminary program of the Social BPM Summer School is reported below.

  • coffee break: at 10.30 and 15.30 every day
  • buffet lunch: at 12.30 every day
The School comprises a practical project work, performed under the guidance of the Social BPM experts indedicated sessions during the School days.

Ph.D. students attending the school will receive a formal evaluation and attendance certificate, valid for achieving credits within Ph.D. programs.

July 17 – FOUNDATIONS

09.30 – Welcome (Piero Fraternali)

10.00 – BPM: technical and business challenges (Fabio Casati, Unitn)

11.30 – Mashups, personal processes and task composition on the web (Florian Daniel, Unitn)

14.00 – BPMN method and style (Bruce Silver, Silver Associates)

17.30 – Presentation of the project work activity and definition of work groups

18.00 – Welcome reception

July 18 – TECHNOLOGIES

09.00 – Crowdsourcing foundations (Marco Brambilla, Polimi)

11.00 – Crowdsourcing and GWAP techniques and applications (Alessandro Bozzon, Polimi)

14.00 – Social BPM: a model-driven approach to design (Marco Brambilla, Polimi)

15.00 – The WebRatio toolsuite for Social BPM (Emanuele Molteni, WebRatio)

16.30 – Project work session and description of the assignment

July 19 – BUSINESS

9.30 – Social BPM: a business perspective (Sandy Kemsley, Independent consultant, Canada)

14.00 – Social in the Enterprise (Claudio Bartolini, HP Research, USA)

16.00 – Idea Management and tools for grassroots innovation in the enterprise or local government  (Gregorio Convertino, Xerox XRCE, France)

July 20 – STANDARDIZATION AND OUTLOOK

09:30 – BPM and social aspects: standardization and industrial perspective (Richard Soley, OMG, USA)

11:30 – Outlook and future applications of Social BPM (all speakers, final panel)

14:00 – Presentation and discussion of project works

17:00 – Closing ceremony

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