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S-BPM ONE 2012 2nd Call For Participation

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The 4th International Conference on
Subject-oriented Business Process Management
- Enabling Transition -
April 4-5, 2012
Vienna, Austria
http://www.s-bpm-one.org
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S-BPM ONE is a scientific forum for researchers and practitioners 
that are active or interested in topics related to Subject-Oriented 
Business Process Management.

S-BPM has become one of the most widely discussed approaches for 
process professionals. Its potential particularly lies in the 
integration of advanced information technology with organizational 
and managerial methods to foster and leverage business innovation, 
operational excellence and intra- and inter-organizational 
collaboration.

We are proud that this year's S-BPM ONE is able 
to continue and even strengthen the tradition of facilitating the 
discourse of researchers, developers, educators and practitioners. 
The highly interactive format of the conference will foster exchange 
of approaches and experiences between domains and disciplines and 
provide impulses for the further development of S-BPM-based concepts 
and technology.

The keynote lecture will be given by Egon Börger. Based on his extensive 
research experience in Software Technology, he links the concept of S-BPM 
to the Abstract State Machines (ASM) Method and will give us an understanding 
of this correlation.

The organizing committee is also pleased to announce a half-day 
tutorial on the academic foundations and the business use of 
subject-oriented business process modeling. Participation is 
included in the conference fees.

The full program is available at http://www.s-bpm-one.org/index.php?id=122 and
summarized below. With a total of 12 high quality scientific contributions and 
19 contributions in the field of business developments and education (all 
published by Springer in their LNBIP and CCIS series, respectively), we have 
been able to create a comprehensive and multi-faceted programe that we would 
like to share with you. Registration is still open until March, 19th.

We hope to see you in Vienna,

Chris Stary 
Chair of the Program Committee

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Contact

For further information, please contact [log in to unmask], 
or follow sbpmone2012 on Twitter.

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Program Summary

S-BPM Modeling Tutorial
* A Primer to Subject-Oriented Business Process Modeling
  Albert Fleischmann, Werner Schmidt, Christian Stary

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Opening and Key Note Lecture
* The Subject-Oriented Approach to Software Design and the Abstract State Machines Method
  Egon Börger
 
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Application Studies 1
* Designing a Public Management Process with S-BPM
  Stefan Obermeier, Thomas Keller
* Subjective Security and Safety – S-BPM as a Base for the Description of Security and Safety Objectives
  Max Dirndorfer, Barbara Handy, Josef Schneeberger, Herbert Fischer
* An Approach Towards Subject-Oriented Access Control (Scientific Research)
  Thomas Schaller, Alexander Lawall, Dominik Reichelt
 
Transition Canvas 1
* Using S-BPM for PLC Code Generation and Extension of Subject-Oriented Methodology to All Layers of Modern Control Systems (Scientific Research)
  Harald Müller
* Development of an Integrated Procedure Model for Optimization of Distribution Processes within Industry
  Uwe Brunner, Katharina Schiefer
* Subjects vs. Objects - A Top-Down Approach (Scientific Research)
  Clemens Krauthausen
 
Conceptual and Methodological Advances 1
* Using Social Network Analysis and Derivatives to Develop the S-BPM Approach and Community of Practice (Scientific Research)
  James E. Weber, Werner Schmidt, Paula S. Weber
* Building a Conceptual Roadmap for Systemic Change - A Novel Approach to Change Management in Expert Organisations in Health Care (Scientific Research)
  Martina Augl
* Mapping the Integrated Care Pathway into BPM for Health Case Management
  Hessah Alsalamah, Alex Gray, Dave Morrey

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Interactive Experiences
* Stakeholder-Driven Collaborative Modeling of Subject-Oriented Business Processes (Scientific Research)
  Dominik Wachholder, Stefan Oppl
* S-BPM Education on the Dalton Plan - An e-learning Approach
  Georg Weichhart
 
Application Studies 2
* In or Out? A Student Project on the Enrollment Process
  Oliver Schöll, Nils Tölle, Norbert Graef, Detlef Seese
* The Eff
  Doris Weitlaner
 
Transition Canvas 2
* SMART - Knowledge Enriched S-BPM
  Ricarda Vierlinger
* smart4sense2act: Introducing An Organic Approach to Task and Process Design
  Fritz Bastarz, Patrick Halek

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Panel: Ensuring Process Quality
* A Current Assessment of the Quality and State of the Art of Process Management - A Discussion of Results from a Recent Survey
  Thomas J. Olbrich, Norbert Kaiser
 
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Transition Canvas 3
* Mapping possibilities of S-BPM and BPMN2
  Stephan Sneed
* From Subject-Phase Model Based Process Specifications to an Executable Workflow (Scientific Research)
  Albert Fleischmann
* PCA-C: A process-Centric Approach for Integrating and Managing Cloud Services (Scientific Research)
  Matthias Kurz, Gunnar Billing, Karl Hettling, Holger von Jouanne-Diedrich
 
Conceptual and Methodological Advances 2
* ModelAsYouGo: (Re-) Design of S-BPM Process Models During Execution Time (Scientific Research)
  Robert Gottanka, Nils Meyer
* Requirements for Business Process Management Systems Supporting Business Process Agility
  Richard Heininger
* Modeling Business Objectives for Business Process Management (Scientific Research)
  Matthias Lohrmann, Manfred Reichert
 
Conceptual and Methodological Advances 3
* New Modeling Concepts in S-BPM: The First Implementation of the “Message Guard” and “Macro” Behavior Extensions
  Florian Strecker
* Ad-Hoc Adaption of Subject-Oriented Business Processes at Runtime to Support Organisational Learning (Scientific Research)
  Thomas Rothschädl
* A Proposal for Modeling Standards for Subject-Oriented Modeling with PASS
  Detlef Seese, Matthes Elstermann

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Education
* How to Learn to "Speak S-BPM" - Lessons from Language Learning
  Edith Stary
* E-Learning Support for Business Process Modeling: Linking Modeling Language Concepts to General Modeling Concepts and Vice Versa (Scientific Research)
  Matthias Neubauer
 
Conceptual and Methodological Advances 4
* Using Concurrent Task Trees For Stakeholder-centered Modeling and Visualization of Business Processes
  Jens Kolb, Manfred Reichert, Barbara Weber
* Process Algebra and the Subject-Oriented Business Process Management Approach
  Robert Singer, Matthias Teller

Conceptual and Methodological Advances 5
* TAPIR: Wiki-based Task and Personal Information Management Supporting Subjective Process Management
  Uwe Riss
* ProcessWiki: A Contribution for Bridging the Last Mile Problem in Automotive Retail
  Matthias Kurz, Sebastian Huber, Bernd Hilgarth

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