6th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering & Business Process Management (REBPM) for Digital Agility and Innovation
in conjunction with the
34th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2022)
6. or 7. June 2022
While Requirements Engineering (RE) is concerned with eliciting and managing requirements related to a particular (software) system, Business Process Management (BPM) deals with modeling and managing organizational processes and business objectives.
In order to keep pace with the rapid societal and technological changes, transformational approaches to BPM have gained traction. The aim of such exploratory process innovation approaches is to help organizations detect opportunities for new business models and technologies and change business processes in an agile way to implement them. Nevertheless, there is much to discover about the interrelations between business models, business processes, and digital technologies during digital innovation. There is a need to develop concrete methods to reflect business model innovations in business processes and analyze technological requirements to realize new processes in an agile way. Our workshop focuses on the ways of achieving digital innovations through agility in the design of new business models, business processes, and digital technologies. In this way, we aim to extend the current knowledge base by focusing on the interrelations between business model engineering, BPM, and requirements engineering (RE) to develop digital technologies.
We are calling for papers including but not restricted to the following topics:
- BMP and RE in the context of innovation of business processes, business models and digitalization
- Organizational agility and flexibility and its reflections on BPM
- Context-aware BPM for achieving flexibility in business processes
- Techniques for stakeholder and goal analysis in the innovative ecosystem and business processes/models to fulfill goals
- Novel techniques for identifying and analyzing the requirements for processes, services, and products (e. g., crowdsourcing)
- Patterns for business model or process improvement according to the needs of businesses, customers, society, and the preservation of the environment
- RE techniques for the identification and forecasting of socio-technical changes
- Integrated modelling of BM, BPM, and RE-related concerns
- Process performance management with respect to business models and digitalization requirements
- Adding methods and tools from RE to BPM education and vice versa
Workshop papers will be published by Springer as a post-workshop proceedings volume in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP).
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