A complete class diagramm of the BPMN standard has been developed; it can be found here (GitHub).
in the course of an ongoing research effort, I and some colleagues have recently started to empirically examine the reasons for involvement of end-users or domain-experts in business process modeling activities in their organizations (or the lack thereof).
As a first step towards this aim, we have designed a small questionnaire aiming at people involved in or responsible for an organization’s process management activities — both, in an internal role or as an external consultant. The questionnaire takes about 10-15 minutes to complete and is available at https://goo.gl/forms/N6FCYlYNyhaO6AWc2.
We would very much appreciate, if you could find the time to contribute to our study and/or forward the link to potentially interested people.
If you have any further questions regarding the study, you can reach me at email@example.com.
Many of us know that "selling" the concept of process orientation is sometimes a tough business.
A recent survey of Paul Harmon suggests that BPM maturity in businesses is stagnating: "The state of BPM, as we defined it in 2005 is roughly the same today." (Source: http://www.bptrends.com/bpt/wp-content/uploads/2015-BPT-Survey-Report.pdf).
I am curious: Do you have a similar impression?
The Special Session will be part of the 42nd Euromicro Conference series on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA) in Limassol, Cyprus from August 31st to September 2nd 2016.
Submission Deadline is February 21st, 2016. Download the CfP is here 2015-11-17-CFP-SpecialSession-ABPM%20v2.pdf.
I2PM now is a publisher with its own ISBN.
The BSC Cookbook is the first book published by I2PM:It is already available on amazon.com: Link.
Publishing via I2PM is a very inexpensive option for I2PM members.
If you have any questions about publishing a book via I2PM, Matthias Kurz is happy to give you advice.
Dr. Clemente Minonne from iProcess AG, Obergrundstrasse 61, CH-6300 Luzern, does research on BPM maturity Level in German-speaking countries.
He asked us to share this information and the link to a respective online questionnaire among our members. Answering takes only a few minutes.
You can find the questionnaire here. Participants can get the results if they want to.
Domain mapping is done. The I2PM community site is now available under the original URL www.i2pm.net.
The former website run as a Liferay instance was shut down.
... was sent to I2PM e.V. members yesterday!
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