Thursday October 15, 2015, 12:30 -13:30 hrs, Pav K16
On October 15, we will have a company presentation in the BPM cluster by Metasonic.
Speaker: Udo Kannengiesser, Metasonic GMBH (Germany)
Title: Subject-oriented Business Process Management (S-BPM) Abstract: Subject-oriented Business Process Management (S-BPM) is a stakeholder-centric, communication-based approach to BPM. In contrast to approaches based on global control flow, S-BPM separates processes into multiple viewpoints, each of which describes the behaviour of a different process participant (or “subject”). A single overall process model emerges from the interconnection of the partial viewpoints via messages. Such a clear separation of concerns together with the very simple notation of S-BPM allows novice modellers to readily model their work procedures from their own, “subjective” perspective. This seminar provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts, tools and benefits of S-BPM, and shows outcomes of related research projects.
About the speaker: Udo Kannengiesser is a researcher in BPM with over 15 years of experience in modelling dynamic processes and developing agile process management systems. He has published more than 60 research papers in the fields of business process management, information systems, design science and artificial intelligence. His work on the FBS process framework of design has become a major reference for design researchers worldwide and has been applied in various design disciplines including business process design. He obtained his PhD from the University of Sydney (Australia) and worked as a research scientist at National ICT Australia. He is currently a senior research engineer at Metasonic GmbH (Germany), where he leads several research projects related to agile BPM.