All papers will be published on workshop wiki before the workshop, so that everybody can learn about the problems that are important for other participants.
A blog will be used to encourage and support discussions.
The workshop will consist of long and short paper presentations, brainstorming sessions and discussions.
The workshop report will be created collaboratively using a wiki.
A special issue for best workshop papers over all BPM workshops will be published in the Journal of Software Process Improvement and Practice.
During the previous BPMS2 workshop (2008), the workshop authors and co-organisers decided to submit a common paper which has been accepted for publication in the Software Process: Improvement and Practice Journal:
S. Erol, M. Granitzer, S. Happ, S. Jantunen, B. Jennings, A. Koschmider, S. Nurcan, D. Rossi, R. Schmidt, P. Johannesson. Combining BPM and Social Software: Contradiction or Chance ? Special issue of the Software Process: Improvement and Practice Journal on "BPM 2008 selected workshop papers".