BPM Adoption at Bilfinger

Seyed Amir Bolboli, Ludger Hasenauer, Cristina Cabanillas Macias

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Abstract

Big size corporate companies that opt for Business ProcessManagement (BPM) adoption invest a lot in BPM initiatives with theprimary focus on the identification and standardization of best practicesin the different phases of the BPM lifecycle. The business processes de-signed are usually seen as the standard way of executing the processesand tend not be adapted to specific customers' need or changing condi-tions. Furthermore, the acceptance of a paradigm shift by the end usersis an added challenge. This case introduces a success story on BPMadoption in complex environments where different organizational unitswith different needs are involved. The projects executed in different unitsrespond to specific customers’ requirements, which affects the set of pro-cesses to be designed and executed within them. We developed a novelapproach inspired by the Cynefin framework and used it to define processarchitectures and the respective business process models for a subset ofthe units. To ensure the applicability and acceptance of the new paradigmwe followed a number of well-known methodologies and practices (e.g.SCRUM and gamification). As a result, we managed to move from thetraditional function orientation to BPM orientation taking into consid-eration the flexibility needs, and we received very positive feedback fromour end users.
OriginalspracheEnglisch
Titel des Sammelwerks{CEUR} Workshop Proceedings
Herausgeber*innen Jan vom Brocke and Jan Mendling and Michael Rosemann
ErscheinungsortVienna, Austria
VerlagCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Seiten94 - 105
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 2019

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