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Portland Chapter Editorial Policy

Members of ABPMP Portland as well as non-members are encouraged to contribute. Submissions are welcome from BPM practitioners and organization leaders who participate in business process and workflow process improvement projects. Vendors cannot contribute directly, but can have their customers make contributions.

Contributions give you an opportunity to share problem-solving info about practices and tools with other practitioners in order to better understand BPM practice. You also gain recognition for BPM practice within the Portland BPM community.

Of most interest is problem-solving information in the form of case studies in BPM practice, reviews of books and software tools, and roundtable or conference presentations. It is expected you will highlight one or more phases in the BPM lifecycle (strategic planning, analysis, design/modeling, implementation, monitor/measuring, refinement/continuous improvement). Contributions should be 300 to 1,500 words in length. The subject matter can be geared for novices, intermediates, or experts.

Submissions can be made at any time. A call for submissions focused on a particular theme of BPM practice will occur on a regular basis. This will be coordinated with regularly scheduled chapter meetings.

E-mail your contribution as a Word or text document attachment to an ABPMP Portland Editor: Chet Amborn ( or Denis Lee ( Your contribution will be reviewed by at least one other ABPMP Portland Board member. Contributions submitted here are published only on the ABPMP Portland site and will not be republished anywhere else.

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