From Personal Task Management to End-User Driven Business Process Modeling

@inproceedings{Stoitsev2008FromPT,
  title={From Personal Task Management to End-User Driven Business Process Modeling},
  author={Todor Stoitsev and Stefan Scheidl and Felix Flentge and Max M{\"u}hlh{\"a}user},
  booktitle={BPM},
  year={2008}
}
The need to involve business users in process modeling is largely perceived in the context of Business Process Management systems. This can facilitate the elaboration of consistent process models which are better turned to users’ needs and organizational changes. Despite the variety of tools and notations, process modeling remains hardly accessible for business users, who lack advanced technical skills. This paper presents an integrated approach for end-user driven business process modeling… CONTINUE READING

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