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Enterprise Architecture Management and Business Process Management

The establishment of successful business models requires the specification and implementation of suitable and appropriate business processes models as well as supporting information systems. For the accomplishment of customer requirements, business models have to be integrated inter- and intra-organisational to reconcile resources and expertise customer oriented. Within business process management, methods, models and tools are developed address business requirements concerning strategic, analytic, design-oriented and implementation specific aspects of business processes. Therefore, business process management contributes to establishing different kinds of business models. This raises issues of holistic, integrated examination as well as the implementation and establishment of business process management life cycle. The modelling of business processes is of significant importance here since models are used in different stages of the life cycle. The coordination of business processes and information systems is facilitated by the management of the enterprise architecture. More so, models are used to perceive, to plan, and to develop enterprise architectures. The enterprise architecture management defines the transformation path and adjusts it continuously in order to support planning and prioritisation of projects and programs. Thus, the management of the enterprise architecture and the business processes are closely interconnected. This track provides a panel for management approaches and methods for the control of enterprise architectures and business processes with respect to the evaluation and development of their performance and efficiency.

Potential topics

  • modelling methods for business processes and enterprise architectures
  • impact of digitalisation on business processes and enterprise architecture
  • new technical concepts for business processes and enterprise architecture, e.g. sensor data, Internet of Things, cloud computing, in-memory databases
  • distribution, integration and module management of business processes
  • automatic analysis technologies for business processes and enterprise architecture, e.g. process mining, natural language processing or knowledge extraction
  • strategic management of business process and enterprise architectures, e.g. process architecture, process portfolio management and reference models
  • cultural factors of business process management and enterprise architecture management
  • challenges with implementation of business processes and of the enterprise architecture management
  • approaches on integrating the management of business process and of enterprise architecture management

Track chairs

Prof. Dr. Jan Mendling
Vienna University of Economics and Business
Prof. Dr. Peter Loos
Saarland University and IWI at DFKI

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Associate Editors

Witold Abramowicz, Universität Poznan
Stephan Aier, Universität St.Gallen
Daniel Beimborn, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Martin Bichler, TU München
Jan vom Brocke, Universität Liechtenstein
Stefan Eicker, Universität Duisburg-Essen
Werner Esswein, TU Dresden
Peter Fettke, Universität des Saarlandes
Daniel Fürstenau, Freie Universität Berlin
Reinhard Jung, Universität St.Gallen
Agnes Koschmider, Karlsruher Institut für Technology
Dimitris Karagiannis, Universität Wien
Henrik Leopold, VU Amsterdam
Florian Matthes, TU München
Michael zur Muehlen, Stevens Institute of Technology
Andreas Oberweis, Karlsruher Institut für Technology
Sven Overhage, Universität Bamberg
Henderik Proper, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology
Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Universität Wien
Michael Rosemann, Queensland University of Technology
Elmar J. Sinz, Universität Bamberg
Dirk Stelzer, TU Ilmenau
Oliver Thomas, Universität Osnabrück
Klaus Turowski, Universität Magdeburg

Track 3 - Session 1

Unternehmensarchitekturmanagement und Geschäftsprozessmanagement / Enterprise Architecture Management and Business Process Management

13.02.2017, 15:30-17:00, Raum: 01-102

Session Chair: Stefan Seidel

Benjamin Wehner; Thomas Falk; Susanne Leist; Christian Ritter: Measuring National Culture by Analyzing Business Processes: A Case Study in Germany and India

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Florian Imgrund; Mathäus Malorny; Christian Janiesch: Eine Literaturanalyse zur Integration von Business Rules und Business Process Management

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Carl Corea; Patrick Delfmann: Detecting Compliance with Business Rules in Ontology-Based Process Modeling

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Thomas Falk: Evaluation of a Pattern-Based Approach for Business Process Improvement

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Track 3 - Session 2

14.02.2017, 11:00-12:30, Raum: 01-104

Session Chair: Peter Loos

Jeannette Stark; Richard Braun; Werner Esswein: Systemizing Colour for Conceptual Modeling

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Jana-Rebecca Rehse; Peter Fettke: Towards Situational Reference Model Mining - Main Idea, Procedure Model & Case Study

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Andreas Hermann; Hendrik Scholta; Sebastian Bräuer; Jörg Becker: Collaborative Business Process Management - A Literature-based Analysis of Methods for Supporting Model Understandability

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Julian Dörndorfer; Christian Seel: A Meta Model Based Extension of BPMN 2.0 for Mobile Context Sensitive Business Processes and Applications

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Track 3 - Session 3

14.02.2017, 15:30-17:00, Raum: 01-104

Session Chair: Jan Mendling

Sebastian Schlauderer; Martin Robel; Thomas Friedrich: Systematische Identifikation von Fachkomponenten mit SOM

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Felix Timm; Kurt Sandkuhl; Michael Fellmann: Towards A Method for Developing Reference Enterprise Architectures

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Sybren de Kinderen; Monika Kaczmarek: Enterprise Modeling Support for SOA Migration

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