A literature review on business process modelling: new frontiers of reusability

@article{Aldin2011ALR,
  title={A literature review on business process modelling: new frontiers of reusability},
  author={Laden Aldin and Sergio de Cesare},
  journal={Enterprise Information Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={359 - 383}
}
Business process modelling (BPM) has become fundamental for modern enterprises due to the increasing rate of organisational change. As a consequence, business processes need to be continuously (re-)designed as well as subsequently aligned with the corresponding enterprise information systems. One major problem associated with the design of business processes is reusability. Reuse of business process models has the potential of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of BPM. This article… 
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