Gronau, Norbert | Weber, Edzard | Heinze, Priscilla | Thim, Christof
Cyclic process model transformation
Process analysis usually focuses only on single and selected processes. It is either existent processes that are recorded and analysed or reference processes that are implemented. So far no evident effort has been put into generalising specific process aspects into patterns and comparing those patterns with regard to their efficiency and effectiveness. This article focuses on the combination of dynamic and holistic analytical elements in enterprise architectures. Our goal is to outline an approach to analyse the development of business processes in a cyclical matter and demonstrate this approach based on an existent modelling language. We want to show that organisational learning can derive from the systematic analysis of past and existent processes from which patterns of successful problem solving can be deducted.
|Gronau, Norbert; Weber, Edzard; Heinze, Priscilla; Thim, Christof
|European Conference on Knowledge Management
|349 - 359
|Academic Conferences Ltd.
|Prozessmanagement, Model Transformation