Extending BPM(N) to Support Face-to-Virtual (F2V) Process Modeling

  title={Extending BPM(N) to Support Face-to-Virtual (F2V) Process Modeling},
  author={Sasha Mile Rudan and Sinisa Rudan and Birger M{\o}ller-Pedersen},
In this paper, we present research on CoPI4P (Community of Practice & Interest for Purpose) communities that consist of knowledge and creative workers in domains such as education, environmentalism, inter-disciplinary research, engaged art, and practice F2V (face-to-virtual) processes, i.e. processes that consist of both face-toface and virtual (online) activities. Standards and methods for modeling business processes have successfully solved various crucial problems, such as providing boundary… 
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