A meta-model based approach to the description of resources and skills

@inproceedings{Oberweis2010AMB,
  title={A meta-model based approach to the description of resources and skills},
  author={Andreas Oberweis},
  booktitle={AMCIS 2010},
  year={2010}
}
The management of intraand inter-organizational business processes is a significant issue that influences company’s success. Many business processes are not fully automated and require human interaction. Therefore, responsibilities for tasks have to be assigned by workflow management systems. Common resource models allow the selection of resources according to their roles, thus neglecting competences and skills. In this article we present an extensible resource meta-model that allows the… CONTINUE READING

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