Harald Lerchner

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The ability to capture individual process behavior and cover it in form of an equivalent operation support is the basis for organizational adaptation in a highly dynamic business environment. Agile process management and resilient learning are typical examples in that context. Traditional mechanisms capturing process behavior employ an external person, such(More)
The paradigm shift from traditional BPM to Subject-oriented BPM (S-BPM) is accounted to identifying independently acting subjects. As such, they can perform arbitrary actions on arbitrary objects. Abstract State Machines (ASMs) work on a similar basis. Exploring their capabilities with respect to representing and executing S-BPM models strengthens the(More)
The idea of <i>Open S-BPM</i> has been introduced some time ago. The aim of this idea is to establish a research platform with the focus on S-BPM for all interested stakeholders. However, very little is known about the critical factors necessary for facilitating and supporting a vivid community in general. In addition to this, very little is known about the(More)
Today's business requires stakeholders to get involved in organizing work and developing organizational processes, ranging from product life cycle management to cross-boundary networking of organizations. In that context stakeholders continuously and iteratively need to address their business and knowledge processing environment at the same time. When the(More)
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