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Monday, 09 September 2013 13:23

EVL-BP'13 Keynote in Vancouver

Manfred Reichert was invited keynote speaker at the 6th Int’l Workshop on Evolutionary Business Processes (EVL-BP’13) – EVL-BP’13 took place in Vancouver, Canada on Sep 9, 2013. In his keynote entitled "From Theory to Practice – Transferring Innovative BPM Research to Industrial Practice", Manfred reported on DBIS research projects targeting at the flexible and efficient support of knowledge-intensive and human-centric business processes. In particular, he emphasized how innovative technologies developed in these projects were successfully transferred to industrial practice.

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Abstract:

Companies increasingly adopt process-aware information systems to capture, model, execute, monitor, and evolve their business processes. This keynote will draw a retrospective of some of the real-world challenges for business process management that we tackled in various domains (e.g., healthcare, automotive engineering) during the last decade. We will report on research projects which developed innovative technologies for the flexible and efficient support of knowledge-intensive and human-centric business processes. This includes concepts, methods and tools for enabling adaptive and evolutionary processes, data-driven process support, and human-centric workflows. In particular, we will discuss how the technologies we developed in these projects were successfully transferred to industrial practice.

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Manfred Reichert: From Theory to Practice - Transferring Innovative BPM Research to Industrial Practice Invited Keynote at EVL-BP’13, Vancouver, Canada; September 9, 2013

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