Business Process Management

@inproceedings{Brocke2000BusinessPM,
  title={Business Process Management},
  author={Jan vom Brocke and Michael Rosemann},
  booktitle={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  year={2000}
}
Several authors propose their own technique based on Petri Nets to model workflow processes. Most of them recognise the adaptability problem inherent to workflows, viz. the frequently and/or radically changing character due to changing business process rules, but suggest totally different solutions. Because the proposed techniques are fundamentally different, eleven of these techniques are briefly discussed and compared. Next, we survey approaches to reuse in the workflow field and we classify… CONTINUE READING
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