| 1:05pm - 2:05pm | BPM as a Management Discipline Track
Making Things Simpler: How Primitives Help integrate BPM and Enterprise Architecture
Michael zur Muehlen
Associate Professor, Stevens Institute of Technology
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ABOUT THIS SESSION:
The Business Process Modeling Notation is a popular choice for representing processes and can be used for both organizational process improvement and Information Systems design purposes. While it provides a rich syntax for the capture and representation of processes, it does not provide any guidance for the organization of the resulting models. As a consequence, large process libraries may become disorganized and hard to manage due to variability in abstraction levels, process interfaces, and activity descriptions. Based on the analysis of a process library in a US government agency we describe the development of design guidelines and a process architecture for the systematic organization of BPMN models for different stakeholder concerns.
How to choose a modeling standard for your organization
How to organize large process libraries
How BPM and Enterprise Architecture can work together
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(s):
Dr. Michael zur Muehlen is Associate Professor of Information Systems and directs the Center for Business Process Innovation at Stevens Institute of Technology, where he is responsible for the BPM research and teaching programs. Michael has led numerous reengineering projects in the public and private sector both in the United States and Europe. He serves as an advisor to the Chief Architect and CTO of the U.S. Department of Defence’s Business Mission Area. Michael is a fellow of the Workflow Management Coalition and has authored one book and more than 50 papers on BPM and workflow topics.