ETCBPM - Emerging Trends and Challenges in Business Process Management

Scope
Business Process Management (BPM), as a field of both research and practice, has been maturing and increasing its span. However, more than improvement, we need to foster true innovation in business processes that should be increasingly adaptive, flexible and generative rather than structured, formalized and stable. That will require BPM to take  advantage of recent breakthroughs in business intelligence, knowledge management, big data, cloud computing, social computing, internet of things or complex event processing to name a few. Information Systems research can significantly contribute to the future of BPM addressing both technical and organizational issues. 

Topics
This workshop explicitly encourages papers that report on novel applications of concepts, theories and technologies that are of interest to IS scholars reflecting emerging trends and challenges in business process management research and practice.
We seek contributions in topics including but not limited to:
•    Adaptive Case Management
•    BPM and BI
•    BPM and Cloud Computing
•    BPM and Crowdsourcing
•    Collective Adaptive Processes
•    Complex Event Processing
•    Human-centric Processes and Knowledge-intensive Processes
•    Mobile Processes
•    Process Data Warehousing
•    Process Mining
•    Process Simulation
•    Processes in the Internet of Things and Wearable Devices
•    Social BPM
•    User-centric Aspects of BPM

Organizing Committee
•    Rui Dinis Sousa, University of Minho, Portugal
•    José Luis Pereira, University of Minho, Portugal
•    Pascal Ravesteijn, HU University, Netherlands

Provisional Program Committee (to be confirmed)
Ana Almeida, School of Engineering - Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal
Armin Stein, University of Muenster, Germany
Barry Derksen, NOVI University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Daniel Chen, Texas Christian University, USA
Daniel Pacheco Lacerda, UNISINOS University, Brazil
Edward van Dipten, NOVI University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
Elsa Cardoso, ISCTE Business School, Portugal
Fernando Belfo, ISCAC Coimbra Business School, Portugal
João Varajão, University of Minho, Portugal
Jorge Oliveira Sá, University of Minho, Portugal
José Camacho, NOVA Information Management School, Portugal
Luis Miguel Ferreira, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Marie-Claude (Maric) Boudreau, University of Georgia, USA
Manoel Veras, Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Marcello La Rosa, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Marlon Dumas, University of Tartu, Estonia
Pedro Malta, Lusófona University, Portugal
Rafael Paim, Federal Center for Technical Education (Cefet-RJ), Brazil
Ramiro Gonçalves, University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal
Raffaele Conforti, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Renato Flórido Cameira, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Sílvia Inês Dallavalle de Pádua, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Thilini Ariyachandra, Xavier University, USA
Timothy Olsen, Gonzaga University, USA
Vinícius Carvalho Cardoso, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Vitor Santos, NOVA Information Management School, Portugal

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