3rd International Workshop on the Interrelations between
Requirements Engineering & Business Process Management (REBPM)
in conjunction with the
15th International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM 2017)
11. September 2017
Many challenges in BPM are attributed to the first phase of the BPM lifecycle; process discovery. Process discovery is found to be an essential part of requirements engineering in software development. Typically, process models are developed as the deliverables of this phase. Agile principles used to overcome software development problems may also be used to address challenges in process modeling projects.
We are calling for papers including but not restricted to the following topics:
- Analysis of relations between BPM and RE domains with an agility perspective
- Analysis and solution of the issues related to the RE activities and techniques in the BPM lifecycle
- Addressing challenges in BPM with agile principles and practices;
- Analysis of current BPM practices in organizations with respect to agile principles, such as case studies;
- Examination of how agile principles may change the BPM phases
- Insights from applying agile principles in BPM projects
While the 1st REBPM workshop (RE’14) had the focus on the general relationship between BPM and RE, the 2nd REBPM workshop (MOD’16) emphasized on documentation. This workshop will discuss agility and its relationships to RE and BPM.
Workshop papers will be published by Springer as a post-workshop proceedings volume in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP).