18 th Australasian Conference on Information Systems Usage of Process Modelling Techniques 5-7 Dec 2007 , Toowoomba Recker Why Do We Keep Using A Process Modelling Technique ?

@inproceedings{Recker200718TA,
  title={18 th Australasian Conference on Information Systems Usage of Process Modelling Techniques 5-7 Dec 2007 , Toowoomba Recker Why Do We Keep Using A Process Modelling Technique ?},
  author={Jan Recker},
  year={2007}
}
In line with the increased popularity of process modelling, a plethora of process modelling techniques has been proposed over time. Yet, only a few have been widely accepted by practitioner communities. This in turn leads to the question of the drivers of continued acceptance (continuance) of process modelling techniques. While researchers have extensively studied continuance and acceptance of information systems, to date, there appears to be no study that has investigated the issue of process… CONTINUE READING

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