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Business Process Design

6th International Workshop on Business Process Design (BPD’10)

Workshop Proceedings

THEME
Process design is the conscious (re-)evaluation and organization of the tasks that a business process is composed of. Designing a process that improves current performance and/or conformance is a challenging task that requires a plethora of inputs (for example, organizational strategies, goals, constraints, and IT capabilities, to name a few). Process modeling, which is a heavily researched aspect of the business process lifecycle, is also an important pre-requisite of process design. However, it is the actual act of process improvement that is the most value-adding step in the process lifecycle. Unlike the comprehensive body of research on process modeling, process design – the ʻwhite spaceʼ between the ʻas-isʼ and the ʻto-beʼ – has so far attracted limited academic contributions. As a result, practical process improvement exercises rely heavily on tacit knowledge, inspiration and personal experiences, with a lack of guidance and best practice approaches. This situation can result in inconsistent results that undermine the true potential of Business Process Management (BPM) initiatives in organizations.

GOALS
The BPD workshop is focused exclusively on the design, evaluation and comparison of process improvement techniques, tools and methods. Its aim is to provide a forum for discussion of current research dedicated to process improvement to comprehensively cover process enhancement approaches such as TRIZ, reference (best practice) models, process innovation or resource-based approaches to process improvement, and contribute to the lacking process design body of knowledge. We appreciate diversity in the underlying research methodologies and welcome papers along the entire Design Science-Behavioral Science continuum.

ACCEPTED PAPERS

  • Interactive Business Modeling with BusinessMapper and Dependency Modeling Language (DML)
    Sebastian Reinisch, Robert Mertens, Aliasghar Esteghlal, Frank Ruwolt and Martin Jähne.
  • Corporate Culture in Line with Business Process Orientation and its Impact on Organizational Performance
    Markus Kohlbacher, Stefan Gruenwald and Ernst Kreuzer.
  • Agent Assignment for Process Management: Goal Modeling for Continuous Resource Management
    Ramzan Talib, Bernhard Volz and Stefan Jablonski.
  • Measuring the Understandability of Business Process Models – Are We Asking the Right Questions?
    Ralf Laue and Andreas Gadatsch.
  • What You See And Do Is What You Get: A Human-Centric Design Approach to Human-Centric Process
    Gal Shachor, Yoav Rubin, Nili Guy, Yael Dubinsky, Maya Barnea, Samuel Kallner and Ariel Landau.
  • An Exploratory Study of IT-enabled Collaborative Process Modeling
    Christopher Hahn, Jan Recker and Jan Mendling.
  • Business Process Compliance Tracking Using Key Performance Indicators
    Azalia Shamsaei, Alireza Pourshahid and Daniel Amyot.
  • Temporal Specification of Business Processes through Project Planning Tools
    Camilo Flores and Marcos Sepúlveda.
  • Increasing business process orientation – critical success factors and practices
    Peter Trkman and Rok Skrinjar.
  • Supporting Context-Aware Process Design: Learnings from a Design Science Study
    Karsten Ploesser, Jan Recker and Michael Rosemann.

BPD2010 Workshop Program

09:00 – 09:30 Opening Session
09:30 – 10:00 What You See And Do Is What You Get: A Human-Centric Design Approach to Human-Centric Process
Gal Shachor, Yoav Rubin, Nili Guy, Yael Dubinsky, Maya Barnea, Samuel Kallner and Ariel Landau.
10:00 – 10:30 Supporting Context-Aware Process Design: Learnings from a Design Science Study
Karsten Ploesser, Jan Recker and Michael Rosemann.
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 11:30 Increasing business process orientation – critical success factors and practices
Peter Trkman and Rok Skrinjar.
11:30 – 12:00 Corporate Culture in Line with Business Process Orientation and its Impact on Organizational Performance
Markus Kohlbacher, Stefan Gruenwald and Ernst Kreuzer.
12:00 – 12:30 Measuring the Understandability of Business Process Models – Are We Asking the Right Questions?
Ralf Laue and Andreas Gadatsch.
12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 – 14:30 An Exploratory Study of IT-enabled Collaborative Process Modeling
Christopher Hahn, Jan Recker and Jan Mendling.
14:30 – 15:00 Interactive Business Modeling with BusinessMapper and Dependency Modeling Language (DML)
Sebastian Reinisch, Robert Mertens, Aliasghar Esteghlal, Frank Ruwolt and Martin Jähne.
15:00 – 15:30 Agent Assignment for Process Management: Goal Modeling for Continuous Resource Management
Ramzan Talib, Bernhard Volz and Stefan Jablonski.
15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 – 16:30 Temporal Specification of Business Processes through Project Planning Tools
Camilo Flores and Marcos Sepúlveda.
16:30 – 17:00 Business Process Compliance Tracking Using Key Performance Indicators
Azalia Shamsaei, Alireza Pourshahid and Daniel Amyot.
17:00 – 17:30 Discussion and Closing