On this week's BPM Thought Leaders we would like to shout out to Michael zur Muehlen. Michael is an associate professor at the Stevens Institute of Technology and a BPM consultant. He holds a PhD and MS in Information Systems from the University of Muenster, Germany. He authored the book "Modeling languages for business process and business rules: A representational analysis." You can keep up to date with Michael on his blog or by following him on Twitter.
We would also like to mention the work of Keith Swenson. Keith is VP of R&D at Fujitsu America, where he has been working on their cloud-based BPM offering. He was previously a director of engineering at MS2 and a collaboration software architech at Netscape. He has published several books including "Mastering the Unpredicatble:How Adaptive Case Management will Revolutionize the way that Knowledge Workers get Things Done" and "BPM in Practice; A Primer for BPM and Workflow Practice." Keith regularly publishes on his blog, Collaborative Planning and Social Business, and you can follow him on Twitter.