„The human as center of modeling.“ is the topic of the the joint event hosted by «Vienna University of Economics» and «University of Vienna» from Sept. 12th - 14th. The following events are colocated:
During the event, three keynotes are going to be given:
- Dr. Stephen A. White (IBM, United States) - BPMN and its Future
- Jakob Freund (Camunda GmbH, Berlin) - Praxisgerechte Guidelines für die Arbeit mit BPMN
- Prof. Dr. Jan Recker (Queensland University of Technology, Australia) - BPMN Research: What we Know and What we Don’t Know
The conference guide for all events is now available as PDF file.
The photos of the events are online: «http://www.wst.univie.ac.at/Photos/emisa12/»
BPMN'12/EMISA'12/AWPN'12 will be located at the Vienna University of Economics (Sept. 12th) and University of Vienna (Sept. 13th-14th) at the University Center Althanstraße. For a detailed description of the conference location see «venue».
Jan Mendling (Vienna University of Economics)
Stefanie Rinderle-Ma (University of Vienna)
Maria Leitner (University of Vienna)
Ralph Vigne (University of Vienna)
Do., 13. Sept. 2012 11.00 - 12.30
University of Vienna, UZA II, Auditorium 3
Dr Stephen A. White – best known as the “father” of BPMN – is a BPM Architect at IBM. He has over 25 years of process modeling experience, ranging from modeling pilot workload to commercial business processes, and has been involved in most aspects of business process modeling software, from product management, design, consulting, training, and technical writing. In the last few years, he has been active in the development of business modeling standards, and served as the primary editor of the BPMN 1.0 and BPMN 2.0 specifications.
The Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) Standard was kicked off in 2002. It took many years to develop and then gain a place in the BPM market. Now, on version 2, BPMN is established as the major process modeling language for most BPM software tools. These tools range from descriptive process modeling to process management systems. This presentation contains a brief review of how BPMN came into being and a summary of the overall BPMN capabilities. Looking towards the future, the presentation will discuss how BPMN could be extended to handle additional process modeling challenges, such as for Case Management and the modeling of service implementations.
Do., 13. Sept. 2012 14.00 - 15.00
University of Vienna, UZA II, Auditorium 3
Jakob Freund ist Geschäftsführer der camunda services GmbH und verfügt über umfangreiche BPM-Projekterfahrung mit den Schwerpunkten Strategisches BPM, Prozessmodellierung und Business-IT-Alignment. Er ist Autor mehrerer Fachbücher, Gründer von BPM-Netzwerk.de und Gastdozent an der Privaten Hochschule für Wirtschaft in Zürich sowie der Fachhochschule Bern.
Die Mächtigkeit der BPMN erfordert Leitplanken und Orientierungshilfen, um die Potentiale des Standards in der Praxis erfolgreich zu heben. In meiner Keynote gebe ich einen Überblick über sinnvolle BPMN-Guidelines, die sich in unseren zahlreichen Projekten bewährt haben.
Prof. Dr. Jan Recker (Queensland University of Technology, Australia): BPMN Research: What we Know and What we Don’t Know
Mi., 12. Sept. 2012 15.30 - 16.30
WU Wien, UZA I, Auditorium 0.4
Jan is Full Professor and Woolworths Chair of Retail Innovation at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. His research focuses on the use of process design in organizational practice as well as IT-enabled business transformations and organizational innovation. He is mostly known for his research on the adoption and use of BPMN in actual process modeling practice. On these and other topics, Jan has written over 100 books, journal articles and conference proceedings, including publications in MIS Quarterly, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Information & Management, Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, Information Systems, and others. He is Senior Editor for the Journal of IT Theory and Application, Associate Editor for Communications of the AIS, a member of the editorial board of several international journals and serves as co-chair or program committee member for various conferences.
In this keynote, I will briefly explore the current state of research and practice surrounding the BPMN standard. On basis of this analysis I will offer a personal outlook into the key emerging areas where I believe more research will be required to further understand BPMN, its premise and promise, and how we can shape – and join together – the landscape of BPMN practice and development in academia and industry.
Neben der beiden Keynotes gibt es vier Vorträge aus Forschung und Praxis.
Martin Bierlein (BiPRO e.V.)
Henrik Leopold (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Armin Scherz (HMP Beratungs GmbH)
Ralf Wilhelm (MID GmbH)
Letzte Änderung: 21.09.2012, 16:53 | 890 Worte