Program BPMDS 2014

Monday, June 16th

8:00-17:00         Registration

9:00-10:30         Session 1: Joint Keynote with EMMSAD (Chair: Pnina Soffer)

Gil Regev: Systems and Business Process Modeling: Are We Confusing the Map with the Territory?

10:30-11:00      Coffee break

11:00-12:30       Session 2: Business process modelling as a human-driven process (Chair: Ilia Bider)

Jakob Pinggera, Stefan Zugal, Marco Furtner, Pierre Sachse, Markus Martini and Barbara Weber. The Modeling Mind: Behavior Patterns in Process Modeling        (idea paper)

Barbara Weber, Sarah Zeitelhofer, Jakob Pinggera, Victoria Torres and Manfred Reichert. Blending How Advanced Change Patterns Impact the Process of Process Modeling

Agnès Front, Dominique Rieu and Marco Santorum. A participative end-user modeling approach for business process requirements

12:30-14:00      Lunch

14:00-15:30      Session 3: Representing the human perspective of business processes (Chair: Barbara Weber)

Franziska Semmelrodt, David Knuplesch and Manfred Reichert. Modeling the Resource Perspective of Business Process Compliance Rules with the Extended Compliance Rule Graph

Matin Mavaddat, Stewart Green and Jin Sa. Addressing the paradigmatic limitation of conventional business process management concepts by proposing new definitions

Cristina Cabanillas, Alex Norta, Manuel Resinas, Jan Mendling and Antonio Ruiz-Cortés. Towards Process-Aware Cross-Organizational Human Resource Management         (idea paper)

15:30-16:00       Coffee break

16:00-17:30       Session 4: Supporting humans in business processes (Chair: Rainer Schmidt)

Ourania Hatzi, Giannis Meletakis, Panagiotis Katsivelis, Andreas Kapouranis, Mara Nikolaidou and Dimosthenis Anagnostopoulos. Extending the Social Network Interaction Model to Facilitate Collaboration through Service Provision

Ilia Bider and Stewart Kowalski. A framework for synchronizing human behavior, processes and support systems using a socio-technical approach        (idea paper)

Michaela Baumann, Michael Heinrich Baumann, Stefan Schonig and Stefan Jablonski. Enhancing Feasibility of Human-driven Processes by Transforming Process Models to Process Checklists        (idea paper)


                        CAISE Joint Workshops/Working Conferences dinner


Tuesday, June 17th

8:30-17:00         Registration

9:00-10:30         Session 5: Variability-enabling process models (Chair: Manfred Reichert)

Florian Baer, Rainer Schmidt and Michael Möhring. Fabric-Process Patterns - Towards a methodology for fabric-process design

Joos Buijs and Hajo Reijers. Comparing Business Process Variants using Models and Event Logs

Oumaima Saidani and Selmin Nurcan. Business Process Modeling: A multi-perspectives Approach Integrating Variability

10:30-11:00      Coffee break

11:00-12:30       Session 6: Various models for various process perspectives - I  (Chair: Hajo Reijers)

Anderson Santana De Oliveira, Anis Char, Benjamin Schmeling and Gabriel Serme. A Model-Driven Approach for Accountability in Business Processes

Mattia Salnitri, Fabiano Dalpiaz and Paolo Giorgini. Modeling and Verifying Security Policies in Business Processes

Ghazaleh Khodabandelou, Charlotte Hug, Rebecca Deneckère and Camille Salinesi. Supervised vs. Unsupervised Learning for Intentional Process Model Discovery

12:30-14:00       Lunch

14:00-15:30      Session 7: Various models for various process perspectives - II  (Chair: Selmin Nurcan)

Charles Crick and Eng Chew. Towards a Consistent Cross-Disciplinary Ontology for Business Process        (idea paper)

Ekaterina Bazhenova and Mathias Weske. A Data-Centric Approach for Business Process Improvement Based on Decision Theory

Michael Becker and Stephan Klingner. A Criteria Catalogue for Evaluating Business Process Pattern Approaches

15:30-16:00       Coffee break

16:00-17:30       Session 8: BPMDS in practice  (Chair: Pnina Soffer)

Carina Alves, George Valença and André Felipe Santana. Understanding the Factors that Influence the Adoption of BPM in Two Brazilian Public Organizations

Mturi Elias, Ilia Bider and Paul Johannesson. Using Fractal Process-Asset Model to design the process architecture of an enterprise: Experience Report

17:30               Closing


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