Recommended Reading on BPM for 2017

  • January 26, 2017
  • Scott
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People often ask me for a reading list on BPM – and it was nice of Zbigniew to post a great list on BPM Tips. You can’t do much better than the curated list he put together, though if you want some fun reading to go with the weightier materials, I would also recommend “BPM Everywhere” by Nathaniel Palmer, et al.

For 2017, he’s introduced new books and topics – though I would still add to this the classic “Business Process Management: The Third Wave“.

Great resource for anyone looking to skill up in terms of what can be accomplished with BPM.  Especially interesting for those of you looking to succeed with digital business automation…

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  • Zbigniew Misiak

    Thanks Scott! I am glad you liked the list of books. Now it is extended with your suggestions 🙂