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Acknowledgements We wish to thank the referees from the BPMDS' 2014 Program Committee members for their timely and accurate reviews during the two-round and blind review process for this theme section, ... We would like to thank the Editors-in-Chief of the Journal of Software and Systems Modeling for agreeing to publish this theme section. ... This theme section is targeted at both researchers and practitioners in the information systems community with a focus on "The Human Perspective in Business Processes." ...doi:10.1007/s10270-016-0570-9 fatcat:xz6a5pgsyffojl7w5p5cva3apy
Content of this issue This issue contains the theme section of Business Process Modeling, Development, and Support (BPMDS'2014) : "The Human Perspective in Business Processes", with Selmin Nurcan and ... In addition, this issue contains the following regular papers: • "A case study about the improvement of business process models driven by indicators" by Felix Garcia, Laura Sanchez-Gonzalez, Francisco ...doi:10.1007/s10270-017-0605-x fatcat:v7d5ajucmvah7hgvu3yi36whdy
This paper takes a cross--disciplinary view of the ontology of "business process": how the concept is treated in the IS research literature and how related concepts (with stronger human behavioural orientation ... human--centric business processes? ... This paper represents an extension of our presentation at BPMDS 2014  . ...doi:10.1007/s10270-015-0506-9 fatcat:wfbmlspgqfgntjpzpjotqogguu
out a qualifier only in the meaning of business process type, ferent perspectives. ... In: BPMDS 2014 and EMMSAD 2014. LNBIP, vol. Account. Rev. 57(3), 554–578 (1982) 175, pp. 287–301, Thesalonniki, Greece. Springer, Berlin (2014) 46. ...doi:10.1007/s10270-016-0554-9 fatcat:etfwhjfagnc4zdia2xkqwmi4xe