Using a Controlled Vocabulary to Support Business Process Design

Abstract

Rapid business change demands the ability to adapt, rearrange and reinvent business processes while keeping the alignment with supporting information systems. However, such tasks require a business process to be consistently specified and modelled. To address this issue, this paper describes an organizational taxonomy that defines a controlled vocabulary to design business processes using the concepts of information entity, business process, organizational unit, actor, business schedule and business goal.

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-24175-8_6

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@inproceedings{Pereira2011UsingAC, title={Using a Controlled Vocabulary to Support Business Process Design}, author={Carla Marques Pereira and Artur Caetano and Pedro Manuel Antunes Sousa}, booktitle={EOMAS}, year={2011} }