Towards flexible business processes by supporting self-organizing groups

C. Illibauer, C. Natschläger. Towards flexible business processes by supporting self-organizing groups. volume 285, pages 57-65, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-58801-8_5, 5, 2017.

Autoren
  • Christa Illibauer
  • Christine Natschläger
Editoren
  • Felix Piazolo
  • Verena Geist
  • Lars Brehm
  • Rainer Schmidt
BuchInnovations in Enterprise Information Systems Management and Engineering - ERP Future 2016 - Research, Revised Papers
TypIn Buch
VerlagSpringer
SerieLecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Band285
DOI10.1007/978-3-319-58801-8_5
ISBN978-3-319-58800-1
Monat5
Jahr2017
Seiten57-65
Abstract

Self-organizing groups are one of the most flexible and complex type of business process adaptations. The actors of a self-organizing group have to communicate with each other and adjust their activities in order to attain a common goal. A major advantage of self-organizing groups is the possibility to leave parts of the process flow unspecified but define the corresponding activities at run-time based on dynamic coordination. In this publication we summarize the requirements of self-organizing groups and provide an approach on how to use an unconventional process engine to support the participants of self-organizing groups to manage their tasks.