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In this paper a new process modelling method especially for public administrations is presented. With established generic process modelling methods reorganisation projects in this domain could only identify limited reorganization potential and just led to small local improvements [1]. Therefore, we have created the domain specific modelling approach(More)
As banks have realized the need to look on their business in a process-oriented way, they have been engaged in numerous business process optimization or even reengineering (BPR) projects in the last decade to make their organizations more efficient. However, the success of BPR projects in banks varies significantly and it remains a challenge to(More)
The objective of this paper is to evaluate the semantic building block-based approach as a means for improving comparability in business process modelling. It is described whether and why the semantic building block-based approach reduces the variations in comparison to traditional modelling approaches. Our argumentation is grounded on the assumption that(More)
The Digital Divide is a matter of fact in most countries. For instance, senior citizens, citizens without employment, or citizens with low education utilise online services in a distinct way, often to a lesser extent. Within this paper , we examine how such digital divide groups make use of different online services. Here, four types on services are taken(More)
Within the public sector domain there is great potential for business process optimization through ICT. However, until today these possibilities remain largely unexploited. To measure the impact of ICT-investments all processes of a public administration have to be taken into account. The PICTURE modelling method has been proposed as a way to efficiently(More)
This paper presents an approach to asses ICT investments in public administrations. The public sector bears great potential for business process optimization through ICT. However, these possibilities remain largely unexploited since the effects of ICT on the processes are not clear to decisions makers. To asses this impact all processes of a public(More)
Business Process Management (BPM) is a topic with growing relevance for businesses as well as public organisations. Until today, the analysis part of a BPM cycle is mostly done manually. Process modelling methods are not designed to allow for automated analysis. Our aim is to show that meaningful weakness patterns that support semi-automatic analysis of(More)
The digital revolution has arrived in the halls of public administrations. E-Government, which has been a buzzword for all kinds of computer usage in the governmental context for several years, has started to become an ordinary way for public administrations to organise their work. Document and workflow management systems as well as process reorganisation(More)