Title: oBPM : an opportunistic approach to business process modeling and execution
Authors : Grünert, David
Brucker-Kley, Elke
Keller, Thomas
Published in : Business process management workshops : BPM 2014 international workshops, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, September 7-8, 2014, revised papers
Pages : 463
Pages to: 476
Conference details: International Workshop Series on Business Process Management and Social Software, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, September 7-8, 2014
Editors of the parent work: Fournier, Fabiana
Mendling, Jan
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Springer
Publisher / Ed. Institution: Cham
Issue Date: 2014
License (according to publishing contract) : Licence according to publishing contract
Series : Lecture notes in business information processing
Series volume: 202
Type of review: Peer review (Abstract)
Language : English
Subjects : oBPM; Bottom-up model creation; Content-oriented workflow model; Artifact-centric workflow model
Subject (DDC) : 658.5: Production management
Abstract: Traditional workflow management systems are suited to automate well-structured processes based on a strict sequence of user tasks and a top-down approach to model creation. Such a conventional approach does not comply with the bottom-up philosophy of social software and therefore makes it difficult to incorporate its strengths in process modeling and automation. Opportunistic Business Process Modeling (oBPM) aims to overcome these limitations by introducing a new paradigm for modeling and executing business processes that is both user- and document-centric, adequate for bottom-up modeling, agile process modification, opportunistic task scheduling and process mining.
Departement: School of Management and Law
Organisational Unit: Institute of Business Information Technology (IWI)
Publication type: Conference Paper
DOI : 10.1007/978-3-319-15895-2_40
ISBN: 978-3-319-15894-5
978-3-319-15895-2
URI: https://digitalcollection.zhaw.ch/handle/11475/14730
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