Neil Ward-Dutton and Brandon Baxter Beyond Model Driven Development

  • May 19, 2009
  • Scott
  • 4 Comments

Not much time left to register for this one, but it looks promising to me – Neil Ward-Dutton of MWD Advisors and Brandon Baxter of Lombardi will be presenting on the subject of gettin Beyond Model Driven Development:  Delivering on the Promise of BPM – a webinar tomorrow at 10am CST (Austin) time – I plan to be listening in.

We previously posted about Neil’s research at MWD on BPM vendor comparisons.   And Brandon has been a frequent contributor to Lombardi’s blog (Process People).

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  • neilwd

    Thanks for the nod Scott! The webinar was fun – it seemed to go well. I don’t have details for a replay yet, but I’m pretty sure it will be available “on demand”.

  • neilwd

    Thanks for the nod Scott! The webinar was fun – it seemed to go well. I don’t have details for a replay yet, but I’m pretty sure it will be available “on demand”.

  • I received an email with links but I’m not sure if those links are publicly available yet – if you see publicly available links please let me know and I’ll make sure to update the post with the links.

    I agree, the webinar went quite well – I’ve always thought it is a bit hard to present to an audience when you can’t get any reaction in real-time 🙂

  • I received an email with links but I’m not sure if those links are publicly available yet – if you see publicly available links please let me know and I’ll make sure to update the post with the links.

    I agree, the webinar went quite well – I’ve always thought it is a bit hard to present to an audience when you can’t get any reaction in real-time 🙂