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Bringing Together BPM and Social Software

  title={Bringing Together BPM and Social Software},
  author={Stephan B{\"o}gel and S. Stieglitz and Christian Meske},
  • Stephan Bögel, S. Stieglitz, Christian Meske
  • Published in AMCIS 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract Traditional BPM approaches are well understood for hierarchical organizations that cope with highly repetitive and well-defined processes. Unfortunately, they do not work well for the most prevalent types of processes and exclude most of the employees from participation. Especially collaborative ad-hoc processes in a team-based organization are not covered by BPM methods. Social software is a widely accepted and promising approach to support participation but lacks mechanisms for… CONTINUE READING
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