"Towards an Open, Curious S-BPM Community ? Eliciting Stakeholder Needs"
, in Jens Ehlers, Bernhard Thalheim: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Subject-Oriented Business Process Management, ACM, New York, 4-2015, ISBN: 978-1-4503-3312-2
Towards an Open, Curious S-BPM Community ? Eliciting Stakeholder Needs
Sprache des Titels:
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Subject-Oriented Business Process Management
The idea of Open S-BPM has been introduced some time ago. The
aim of this idea is to establish a research platform with the focus
on S-BPM for all interested stakeholders. However, very little is known about the critical factors necessary for facilitating and supporting a vivid community in general. In addition to this, very little is known about the Subject-oriented Business Process
Management (S-BPM) community. This paper reports the results of an explorative, qualitative study on the S-BPM community.
The aim of the study was to gain information about the
expectations, feelings, needs, and motivations of possible
community members in order to answer the question of for whom
this community should be designed. Data has been gathered through in-depth interviews. The gained information will be used to identify requirements which will be incorporated in a design concept for the S-BPM community. Communities of practice are efficient tools for knowledge generation and sharing and will be a main constituent in the design concept.