Enterprises face the challenge of rapidly adapting to dynamic business environments. Evolving markets, policies, regulations, technologies, and business models are some of the many vectors of change along which enterprise systems must constantly align. The capability of rapidly adapting systems and processes to an ever-changing environment to leverage existing resources has become a crucial factor of an organization’s agility. In a recent EDOC publication, Dam et al. pointed out the “need of techniques and tools that provide more effective automated support for change propagation within an Enterprise Architecture model”.
This workshop focuses on the business process part of an enterprise evolution, called evolutionary business processes. It fosters new approaches that address specific issues related to flexibility and adaptation of business processes such as design of easily adaptable processes, dynamic handling of unexpected situations, optimality of adaptations, or change management.
|Submissions:||April 22, 2012|
|Notification:||May 28, 2012|
|Event:||September 10, 2012-September 11, 2012|