Business Process Modeling- A Comparative Analysis

@article{Recker2009BusinessPM,
  title={Business Process Modeling- A Comparative Analysis},
  author={Jan Recker and Michael Rosemann and Marta Indulska and Peter F. Green},
  journal={J. AIS},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={1}
}
Many business process modeling techniques have been proposed over the last decades, creating a demand for theory to assist in the comparison and evaluation of these techniques. A widely established way of determining the effectiveness and efficiency of modeling techniques is by way of representational analysis. This paper comparatively assesses representational analyses of 12 popular process modeling techniques in order to provide insights into the extent to which they differ from each other… CONTINUE READING
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