Call for Papers

Call for Papers (pdf)

Workshop Goals:

The detailed goals of this workshop are:

  • 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


The workshop is planned as a meeting with an initial keynote, paper presentations, discussion and a general idea exchange.

Topics of Interest:

Topics of interest are not restricted to aspects of digital agility and innovations, but include all issues related to RE activities and techniques in the BPM programmers or BPM activities and techniques during a RE project. We are open for all contributions that raise discussion on the possibilities and limitations of a better integration of BPM and RE.


Original submissions from research and practice in the following categories are welcome

  • Full Papers: Papers describing concepts and methods in the form of research papers (up to 12 pages).
  • Short Papers: Papers describing concepts and methods in the form of solution proposals or pre-studies (up to 6 pages).
  • Experience Reports: Case studies / case descriptions (up to 6 pages).
  • Problem Statements: Describe a problem that is currently open and shall be discussed and/or researched in the future (up to 6 pages).

Formatting instructions can be found here: Springer’s LNCS formatting guidelines

Submissions can be made via the following link

Important Dates:

  • Submission deadline: 08.03.2022 via EasyChair
  • Abstract submission deadline (mandatory): 22.03.2022 via EasyChair
  • Extended submission deadline: 25.03.2022 via EasyChair
  • Decisions to authors: 08.04.2022
  • Camera Ready due: 18.04.2022
  • Registration of at least one author: 22.04.2022
  • Workshop date: 06. or 07.06.2022
  • Workshop cancelled!

All deadlines are 23:59 Baker Island Time.


Workshop papers will be published by Springer as a post-workshop proceedings volume in the series Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP).