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Social paradigms for reducing process modeling cost

By Rainer Schmidt, Michael Möhring, Kurt Sandkuhl and Alfred Zimmermann

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Business process models provide a considerable number of benefits for enterprises and organizations, but the creation of such models is costly and time-consuming, which slows down the organizational adoption of business process modeling. Social paradigms pave new ways for business process modeling by integrating stakeholders and leveraging knowledge sources. However, empirical research about the impact of social paradigms on costs of business process modeling is sparse. A better understanding of their impact could help to reduce the cost of business process modeling and improve decision-making on BPM activities. The paper constributes to this field by reporting about an empirical investigation via survey research on the perceived influence of different cost factors among experts. Our results indicate that different cost components, as well as the use of social paradigms, influence cost

Topics: ddc:330
Publisher: Cham : Springer
Year: 2019
OAI identifier: oai:opus.reutlingen-university.de:2686
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