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Ensuring Action: Identifying Unclear Actor Specifications in Textual Business Process Descriptions

Ulf Sanne, Hans Friedrich Witschel, Alessio Ferrari, Stefania Gnesi
2016 Proceedings of the 8th International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management  
This paper aims at identifying unclear actors in BP descriptions expressed in natural language.  ...  In many organisations, business process (BP) descriptions are available in the form of written procedures, or operational manuals.  ...  To the best of our knowledge, no research has been conducted to address quality defects related to the (lack of) clarity of actor specifications in textual business process descriptions.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0006040301400147 dblp:conf/ic3k/SanneWFG16 fatcat:ylquuahhqzhmtkadpi47672qp4

Ensuring Action: Identifying Unclear Actor Specifications in Textual Business Process Descriptions [article]

Ulf Sanne, Alessio Ferrari, Stefania Gnesi, Hans Friedrich Witschel, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW, Fred Ana, David Aveiro
2017
This paper aims at identifying unclear actors in BP descriptions expressed in natural language.  ...  In many organisations, business process (BP) descriptions are available in the form of written procedures, or operational manuals.  ...  To the best of our knowledge, no research has been conducted to address quality defects related to the (lack of) clarity of actor specifications in textual business process descriptions.  ... 
doi:10.26041/fhnw-1003 fatcat:ikziahfiyzbwthqse6fsshbr54

GST fraud prevention to ensure business sustainability: a Malaysian case study

Zaleha Othman, Mohd Fareez Fahmy Nordin, Muhammad Sadiq
2020 Journal of Asian Business and Economic Studies  
, i.e. case study, to address the specific research objective.FindingsThe finding revealed a GST prevention model towards sustainable business.  ...  policymakers with evidence to what extent GST fraud could be minimize in order to safeguard government source of revenue and retain sustainable business in a country.  ...  ensuring sustainable growth for businesses.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jabes-11-2019-0113 fatcat:q4f67npf35hhjhwsdhoqmo2ule

From Disunited to Joint Action

Kaarina Mönkkönen, Anu Puusa
2015 SAGE Open  
We describe the process of construction of organizational identity after a merger by using a model describing identified forms of interaction: (a) formally together, (b) unidirectional interaction, (c)  ...  This article highlights the relevance and meaning of conscious identity work in the process: The management's ability and willingness to create forums for dialogue and social interaction creates potential  ...  In ideographic organizations, in turn, individuals display subunit-specific identities (Ashforth & Mael, 1989) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244015599429 fatcat:5uy2oyyqunh6zdvftzmyurvvcu

Human Rights and Article 6 of the Paris Agreement: Ensuring Adequate Protection of Human Rights in the SDM and ITMO Frameworks

Romany Webb, Jessica Wentz
2018 Social Science Research Network  
resources on key topics in climate law and regulation.  ...  The Sabin Center for Climate Change Law develops legal techniques to fight climate change, trains law students and lawyers in their use, and provides the legal profession and the public with up-to-date  ...  In this way, Article 6.8 differs from Articles 6.2 and 6.4, which identify specific forms of market-based cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3180159 fatcat:kq7lrv5terhmrht2mxfceogzvm

Accommodating Decision-Makers Needs & Preferences in An Oil and Gas State-Owned Enterprise by SSM Based Action Research

Hanto Yananto, Utomo Sarjono Putro, Yos Sunitiyoso
2021 Bisnis & Birokrasi Journal  
Specific alternative solutions to the identified needs or issues are generated. These may be in the form of broader strategies (ultimately groups of projects) or specific projects.  ...  , unclear business processes, differences in the level of individual understanding in the decision-making system, differences in perceptions, shared responsibility in decision-making, excessive caution  ... 
doi:10.20476/jbb.v28i1.1273 fatcat:gcufjnvqbrb5xbqzpzq573axve

Social Networking Tools for Knowledge-Based Action Groups [chapter]

William P. Hall, Susu Nousala, Russell Best, Siddharth Nair
2012 Computational Social Networks  
A more concrete description of the fundamentally cyclic nature of knowledge building in the real world is summarized in John Boyd's OODA Loop process ( Fig. 1) [19,20,22,23,60-,62] that is applicable  ...  At one instant the structure is such that it ensures that the causal network maintains autopoiesis in the next instant.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-4048-1_9 fatcat:4calxhaaajcynlhay6wwq3k6ku

Challenges in Moving to "Health Information for Action": An Infrastructural Perspective From a Case Study in Tajikistan

Murodillo Abdusamadovich Latifov, Sundeep Sahay
2013 Information Technology for Development  
Thus, a set of related actors, standards and topics could be grouped, managed and studied in a certain level of isolation from the rest of II processes, to help identify the consistency of actions and  ...  While reforms in HMIS are ongoing, dividing the process into two action research cycles is based on key issues identified, analyses, actions taken and evaluation of the achievements and output of actions  ...  Three distinct approaches developed by stakeholders in redesign of HMIS standards were identified, each having advantages and limitations.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02681102.2012.751575 fatcat:oibfmrdj5revxkyo3hl4u47upq

Eliciting and Modeling Business Process Stories

David Simões, Pedro Antunes, Luis Carriço
2017 Business & Information Systems Engineering  
The viability of this approach is tested in a case study involving sixteen individuals from the same organization who tell their personal views about a business process, thus gathering a total of twenty  ...  Most business process modeling tools used today encourage the rendition of lean, prescribed and clearly coordinated activities, which often clash with far more intricate business realities.  ...  actors, dialogues, events, actions, artefacts, and time stamps.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12599-017-0475-3 fatcat:gzsumzllu5h5jeuzuqwcrwuhry

Pragmatic Learning Theory: An Inquiry-Action Framework for Distributed Consumer Learning in Online Communities

Rama K. Jayanti, Jagdip Singh
2010 Journal of Consumer Research  
Using an inquiry-action framework rooted in pragmatic learning theory, we longitudinally trace community inquiry processes and their link to individual action in six health-related online communities.  ...  ., "Pragmatic learning theory: an inquiry-action framework for distributed consumer learning in online communities" (2010). Marketing. 2.  ...  Further, we identified the focal actor in each of the six selected threads.  ... 
doi:10.1086/648689 fatcat:ciohhzuusjhnpemcsrvn2vwy5e

The role of participation and community mobilisation in preventing violence against women and girls: a programme review and critique

Nicole Minckas, Geordan Shannon, Jenevieve Mannell
2020 Global Health Action  
We argue that, in order to be both effective and sustainable, the role of external agents in introducing programmes needs to be secondary to the ownership and empowerment of communities in designing and  ...  programmes make use of these theoretical concepts in their (explicit or implicit) theories of change?  ...  We then categorised these textual excerpts into overarching categories defined by the specific programme component described.  ... 
doi:10.1080/16549716.2020.1775061 pmid:32588783 pmcid:PMC7480621 fatcat:oe3gdsyysbgpxpoozewjiwyvde

Extracting actionable information from microtexts [article]

Ali Hürriyetoğlu
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This dissertation proposes a semi-automatic method for extracting actionable information that serves this purpose.  ...  Our efforts in this direction informed us about the extent this automation can be realized.  ...  Acknowledgements The work presented in this book would be much harder without support from my family, friends, and colleagues. First and foremost, I thank my supervisors prof. dr.  ... 
arXiv:2008.00343v1 fatcat:6bzalp37orfeveablkxupep3we

Gamification in theory and action: A survey

Katie Seaborn, Deborah I. Fels
2015 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
Gamification has drawn the attention of academics, practitioners and business professionals in domains as diverse as education, information studies, human-computer interaction, and health.  ...  We present a multidisciplinary review of gamification in action, focusing on empirical findings related to purpose and context, design of systems, approaches and techniques, and user impact.  ...  The use of the "gamifn" keyword was an inclusive strategy meant to ensure the presence of papers that involved studies of gamification systems whose descriptions use the words "gamified", "gamify", "gamifying  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2014.09.006 fatcat:bz22n5poirbqhbucawf4r5ghhy

Rights in Action [chapter]

Patricia Goedde, Celeste L. Arrington
2021 Rights Claiming in South Korea  
In the above example, if it is unclear whether a judge is obliged to remain impartial or not, the rest of the logical process is meaningless.  ...  To properly grasp the meaning of judicialization of governance, one must begin by identifying the difference between political process and judicial process. Sally F.  ...  The terminology used in this article will Procedure The typical buyer selection process is illustrated in the table below. This is the basic procedure for a public sale.  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108893947.001 fatcat:gcvl556kevaxrdn2a6277c7w6e

Power to the People? How an energy company's strategic texts constitute the company-consumer interface working against collective action

Claire Burlat, Colleen E. Mills
2018 M@n@gement  
It is only by examining accounts of consumers' interpretations and behavioral changes that the process of collaborative action and textual agency can be explored.  ...  Kuhn, one of the leading scholars advocating this perspective, has developed the "communicative theory of the firm" in which communication is defined "as a process in which contextualized actors use symbols  ... 
doi:10.3917/mana.212.0738 fatcat:oi2554j4a5dtbpv2ykaq2cuzbi
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