Towards Context Aware Business Process Modelling

@inproceedings{Saidani2007TowardsCA,
  title={Towards Context Aware Business Process Modelling},
  author={Oumaima Saidani and Selmin Nurcan},
  year={2007}
}
For surviving in their complex and dynamic environments, organisations should be adaptable and interoperable with these environments. Stakeholders’ expectations change unpredictably and are often dependent on the contextual information. A context sensitive BP model is able to adapt the execution of the instances to the changing contexts and then to the stakeholders’ requirements. Our objective is to overcome the challenging issues related to the contextual factors. To this end, we discuss in… CONTINUE READING
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