This month, Jan vom Brocke updates previous Class Notes Columns which described the wide range of locations throughout the world where BPM education was offered. Now, the University of Liechtenstein has developed a website, EDUglopedia.org for pooling knowledge of BPM courses worldwide. Read Jan’s Column for details.
Class Notes: Where to Study Business Process Management? A Global Perspective Based on EDUglopedia.org
Class Notes: BPM Research in Education – On the Role of Enterprise Content in Business Process Management
PDF Version BPM should pay more attention to the role of enterprise content, because the significant effect of how enterprise content is organized on the efficiency and effectiveness of business processes will only increase in the future. This note presents the fundamentals of enterprise content management (ECM) and discusses the interrelationships between ECM and BPM, […]
Class Notes: BPM Research and Education—In-Memory Value Creation In his debut Column, Jan vom Brocke describes the results of a number of research projects that the BPM group at the University of Liechtenstein conducted on in-memory technology. In the process, they studied one of the early adopters as well as talking to thought leaders on […]
Is Your Organizational Culture Fit for Business Process Managment? Theresa Schmiedel and Jan vom Brocke of the University of Leichtenstein’s and Jan Recker of Queensland University of Technology introduce the BPM-Culture-Model, which they developed to structure the different notions of culture in a BPM context. Based on their model, they examine the cultural compatibility of […]