Towards Compliance of Cross-Organizational Processes and Their Changes [chapter]

David Knuplesch, Manfred Reichert, Jürgen Mangler, Stefanie Rinderle-Ma, Walid Fdhila
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Businesses require the ability to rapidly implement new processes and to quickly adapt existing ones to environmental changes including the optimization of their interactions with partners and customers. However, changes of either intra-or cross-organizational processes must not be done in an uncontrolled manner. In particular, processes are increasingly subject to compliance rules that usually stem from security constraints, corporate guidelines, standards, and laws. These compliance rules
more » ... to be considered when modeling business processes and changing existing ones. While change and compliance have been extensively discussed for intra-organizational business processes, albeit only in an isolated manner, their combination in the context of cross-organizational processes remains an open issue. In this paper, we discuss requirements and challenges to be tackled in order to ensure that changes of cross-organizational business processes preserve compliance with imposed regulations, standards and laws.
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-36285-9_65 fatcat:pud2owu6ovh3xjn3ioeblraq34