Process Flexibility News

sevillaIn June 2012, Barbara Weber gave a talk at the University of Seville, Spain. In her presentation she addressed process flexibility issues and introduced our new book

Enabling Flexibility in Process-aware Information Systems:
Challenges, Methods, Technologies

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coverThe production of our new Springer PAIS book on "ENABLING FLEXIBILITY IN PROCESS-AWARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS" is now in progress. According to springer, the estimated publication date will be September 2012. Until then, we will also set up the book's web site which will contain a lot of additional teaching material, exercises, demo materials, tool descriptions, etc.

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2012-09-06 Book Presentation TallinnBarbara Weber and Manfred Reichert introduced their new book on flexibility in process-aware information systems at the BPM'12 conference in Tallinn, Estonia. The book complements existing textbooks on business process management and is a must-read for anyone interested in flexible process support within information systems. The book shows that BPM is not just about making diagrams. The real challenge is to realize information systems that support business processes without jeopardizing flexibility. First reactions on the bookby the international audience were extremely positive.

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Discount Caise Participants

Springer promoted our new book at the CAiSE'12 conference, which took place from June 25-29 in Gdansk, Poland. For the book, a 20 % discount has been offered to conference participants (valid until July 29, 2012). CAiSE'12 is one of the top conferences in the field of information systems engineering bringing together researchers and practioners. Barbara Weber and Manfred Reichert have been both members of the CAiSE'12 program committee.

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BPM is not just about making diagrams. The real challenge is to realize information systems that support processes without jeopardizing flexibility.

_ Wil van der Aalst


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The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.

_ Albert Einstein

It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.

_ Charles Darwin