Business Process Management: The evolution of a discipline

On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Computers in Industry, which is a top-ranked, application-oriented research journal, Prof. Dr. Hajo Reijers wrote an excellent overview article on Business Process Management, highlighting the development of the BPM discipline over the years. I am grateful and honored that the author referenced and paraphrased my recent work …

BPMN-L: A BPMN extension for modeling of process landscapes

I am delighted to announce that my paper entitled "BPMN-L: A BPMN extension for modeling of process landscapes" has been accepted for the publication in Computers in Industry journal. The review process included three reviewers and took only one cycle. About Computers in industry journal The aim of Computers in Industry is to publish original, high-quality, application-oriented …

An Empirical Investigation of the Intuitiveness of Process Landscape Designs

The presentation of our common paper, entitled "An Empirical Investigation of the Intuitiveness of Process Landscape Designs", which will be presented at Business Process Modeling, Development, and Support (BPMDS) conference in conjunction with CAISE'20 is prepared and available on SlideShare. Due to current circumstances, BPMDS event will be held online on Zoom, 8-9 June, 2020. …

RITA special issue on BPM is now ready to receive contributions

We are pleased to announce that the submission system for the special issue of ‘Revista de Informática Teórica e Aplicada’ (RITA) on Business Process Management, is ready to receive contributions. Full details of submission procedure and requirements are available at https://lnkd.in/ejjAZAj. Best regards from the special issue editors Prof. Dr. Lucineia Heloisa Thom, Prof. Dr. …

Workshop on R&D ideas

Today I was a co-organizer and an active presenter on a successful online event, a workshop where we exchanged ideas on the cultural impacts in process diagrams and UX design. Thanks to Celonis Academic Alliance team for this great opportunity, a great case on how academy and industry may collaborate. Looking forward to future collaborations.

BPMN and DMN applied in Clinical Information Systems domain

I've just reviewed a paper in the Clinical information systems domain, where BPMN and DMN were used for modeling of processes and decisions involved in initiating birth control according to the CDC’s MEC for birth control initiation with the objective to incorporate them into an electronic health records (EHR) system. Authors conclude that BPMN and …