Peter Kueng, Peter Bichler, Peter Kawalek, Michael Schrefl,
"How to compose an Object-Oriented Business Process Model?"
, in S. Brinkkempler et al. (eds.): Method Engineering - Principles of method construction and tool support, Proceedings of the IFIP TC8, WG 8.1/WG 8.2 Working Conference, Atlanta, U.S.A., August 26-28, 1996, Chapman & Hall, Seite(n) 94-110, 8-1996, ISBN: 0-412-79750-X
How to compose an Object-Oriented Business Process Model?
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Method Engineering - Principles of method construction and tool support, Proceedings of the IFIP TC8, WG 8.1/WG 8.2 Working Conference, Atlanta, U.S.A., August 26-28, 1996
Faced with the intensive business process reengineering activities in many companies, it is not surprising
that the issue of process modelling has become a central concern. This paper shows that object-oriented
system development methods can be applied to the field of business process modelling, but that certain
steps are needed in advance. For example, it is necessary to compose a goal-means hierarchy, to establish
necessary activities and roles, and to determine the input and output for each activity. In this paper, we
examine step by step how business processes can be modelled, which data are needed for each step and
which result would be produced during each step.
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