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Current literature in the area of Business Process Management (BPM) holds a very “mechanistic” view, focusing on top-down specified business processes and the resources needed for their execution. However, such a perspective neglects the contribution of individual employees, whose skills, experiences and knowledge influence the value added through a(More)
In work-integrated learning, individual, collaborative and organisa-tional learning are deeply intertwined and overlapping. In this paper, we examine the role of reflection as a learning mechanism that enable and facilitates transitions between these levels. The paper aims at informing technological support for learning in organisations that focuses on(More)
The successful management of learning and knowledge has become a critical success factor for organisations in today's knowledge-intensive business world. However, the question remains how an organisation should act and react in order to fulfill this management task. A common answer to the question is that organisations need employees who have the experience(More)
The current market situation demands manufacturers increase the flexibility, adaptability and efficiency of their production processes, from product design to manufacturing, and taking the entire product lifecycle into consideration. Digital Factories present a vision of future manufacturing in which digital continuity through production processes(More)
The successful management of learning and knowledge has become a critical success factor for organisations in today's knowledge-intensive business world. Reflection on work practice has been identified as one of the central mechanisms of learning at work. It leads to a better understanding of work-related experiences and can guide future behavior. However,(More)
Flexibility is one of today’s key business requirements. Transferring flexibility to the enterprise means that the enterprise needs to be able to operate in different ways. Classically this should be realized by a high degree of adaptability. However, you could also foresee and forethink possible ways of doing business and build your company accordingly. We(More)
More than 99% of the enterprises in Europe are Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). While in the current market situation collaboration is evolving to an indispensable key factor of success, there is a very poor software support for SME collaboration. Especially, such collaboration needs more functionality than a pure technical interoperability(More)
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