While the blog has a list of my forthcoming speaking engagements on the sidebar, I realize that some of you only ever see the feed so I thought I would do a post with some upcoming opportunities to see or hear me in the wild.
If you just want to meet me, you could catch me at the SAS Global Forum in Washington DC next Monday, March 23rd. I will be in the Executive Forum sessions, and blogging them, so keep an eye out for me and say hi.
Tomorrow you can here me in an interview about the power of decision management in CRM. If you miss the radio show, and it’s early Pacific time (7am) then it will be posted as a podcast and I will link to it when it is available. Details at Decision Management and CRM – March 19, 2009 7am
Next week I am going to be in the Netherlands. First, presenting at a Be Informed event on March 25 in Amsterdam (check out this post on Be Informed) and then as part of the Business Engineering Community conference Decision Management and Business Engineering – March 26, 2009 Utrecht
In April I am giving a webinar on Better Management.com, a great site well worth a visit. I will be speaking on Putting Predictive Analytics to Work April 16, 11am Pacific. This will be recorded and I will give a link to the recording when I get it. If you are interested in this topic, check out the Decision Management Solutions white paper (registration required).
May has a couple of opportunities. First I will be at IBM’s IMPACT 2009 presenting on Using Business Rules to Make Processes Smarter, Simpler and More Agile – 10:30am May 6. This should be a really interesting show as it will be the first chance for the mainstream IBM audience to understand the impact of having ILOG and business rules in WebSphere. Later in the month I give a seminar on Building the Systems You Need for a Competitive Advantage – May 13 – fr the Beyond Budgeting Roundtable, an interesting organization with a nice view of how companies should escape from unhelpful budgeting practices.
In June I am speaking at the Semantic Technology Conference on Decision Services: A Pattern for Putting Semantics to Work in SOA – June 16 but I will share more details nearer the time.
As always, drop me a line and let me know you are going to be there so we can meet – james at decisionmanagementsolutions.com