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S-BPM ONE 2011

The third S-BPM ONE conference was held in Ingolstadt, Germany at the University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt on September 29-30, 2011.

Aims and Scope

This year's conference topic of S-BPM One was "Learning by Doing - Doing by Learning". The aim was to provide a discussion forum for practitioners and researchers who are interested in presenting examples for the contemporary state of the art in S-BPM, spanning organizational use cases as well as education approaches. A particular aim of this special issue was to push the discussion in contemporary S-BPM work beyond information technology and methods to also embrace aspects of alignment, governance, people, and culture.

For the third year now the S-BPM ONE proceedings are published in the CCIS series of Springer Science+Business Media. Papers were solicited for, but not limited to following S-BPM topics:

  • Adoption and Diffusion of BPM and Process standards
  • Cross-Organizational S-BPM
  • Cultural Impacts of/on S-BPM (e.g. in global roll-out projects)
  • Domain-Specific S-BPM
  • Engagement and Education of S-BPM Practitioners (e.g. educational programs, curriculum design)
  • Methods for S-BPM (e.g. procedure models, methodologies, process modeling)
  • S-BPM and Communities of Practices
  • S-BPM and Performance Management
  • S-BPM and Service Orientation
  • S-BPM Governance (e.g. S-BPM center of competence)
  • Strategic alignment of S-BPM (e.g. value-based process management)


Conference Agenda

Program Committee

  • Werner Schmidt (Chair), University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt, Germany
  • Martin Adam, University of Applied Sciences Kufstein, Austria
  • Thomas Bahlinger, University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg, Germany
  • Freimut, Bodendorf, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
  • Alexander Gromoff, Moscow National Research University, Higher School of Economics (HSE), Russia
  • Lutz Heuser, AGT Germany GmbH, Germany
  • Hans-Arne Jacobsen, University of Toronto, Canada
  • Bettina Kemme, McGill University Montreal, Canada
  • Klaus Langer, Kulmbacher Gruppe, Germany
  • Stefan Reinheimer, BIK GmbH, Germany
  • Wolfgang Renninger, University of Applied Sciences Amberg-Weiden, Germany
  • Susanne Robra-Bissantz, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany
  • Gabriele Saueressig, University of Applied Sciences Würzburg, Germany
  • Detlef Seese, KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • Robert Singer, FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences, Austria
  • Christian Stary, University of Linz, Austria
  • Alexandra Totter, ByElement GmbH, Switzerland
  • Nikos Vidakis, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece
  • James Weber, St. Cloud State University, USA
  • Cornelia Zehbold, University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt, Germany
  • Erwin Zinser, FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences, Austria


The proceedings are going to be published in Springer’s Communication in Computer and Information Science Series (CCIS). You can find the volume on Springer and Amazon.

Conference Material

The Institute of Innovative Process Management (I2PM) as presenter of the S-BPM One conference series grants all participants access to material used within the scope of S-BPM One 2011. Please follow the link https://nymphaea.ce.jku.at to our e-learning platform Nymphaea and use the personalized account information we have sent you.

Initial Presentations

  • Lothar Hübner: BPM at Fiducia: Requirements and Experiences in a Large Organization (Keynote)
  • Martin Turinsky: Process is not just Process – the Difficulty of Learning from each other about Process Work
  • Siri Lang: Agile Process Management in an Industrial R&D Department
  • Shinji Nakamura: CGAA/EES at NEC Corporation, Powered by S-BPM: The Subject-Oriented BPM Development Technique using Top-Down Approach
  • Jörg Bindner: Differences in Business Process Management between Global Players and Micro Enterprises – Experiences from Practice
  • Patrick Feldbacher: Business Process Management: A Survey Among Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
  • Max Dirndorfer: Methods of Process Modeling in the Context of Civil Services by the Example of German Notaries

Learning Table Topics

  • Christian Stary: Evidence-based (S-)BPM Education
  • Matthias Neubauer, Christian Stary: Situatedness - the Amalgam of Agile (S-)BPM
  • David Bonaldi, Alexandra Totter, ByElement GmbH, Urdorf/Switzerland Eva Pinter: Towards Contextual S-BPM – Method and Case Study
  • Stefan Oppl: Subject-oriented Elicitation of Distributed Business Process Knowledge
  • Nils Meyer, Markus Radmayr, Richard Heininger, Thomas Rothschädl, Albert Fleischmann: Platform for Managing and Routing Cross-Organizational Business Processes on a Network Router
  • Stephan Borgert, Joachim Steinmetz, Max Mühlhäuser: ePASS-IoS 1.1: Enabling Inter-enterprise Business Process Modeling by
    S-BPM and the Internet of Services Concept
  • Jörg Wurzer, Frank Braun: Semantic-driven Compliance PortalTM solution - powered by S-BPM
  • Matthias Kurz, Thomas Schaller, Dominik Reichelt, Michael Ferschl: Project4Sure X: Accelerating Implementation Projects for the Microsoft Dynamics Suite with BPM 2.0
  • Andreas Hufgard, Eduard Gerhardt: Consolidating Business Processes as exemplified in SAP ERP Systems
  • Alexander Gromoff, Valery Chebotarev, Kristin Evina, Yulia Stavenko: An Approach to Agility in Enterprise Innovation
  • Hans-Günter Lindner: Subject Modeling in Residential Care Services
  • Fritz Bastarz, Patrick Halek: smart4sense2act: A Smart Concept for Systemic Performance Management
  • Johannes Kröckel, Bernd Hilgarth: BPM@KMU - Designing E-Learning for the Introduction of BPM in Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises
  • Gregor Back, Klaus Daniel: Process Training to support Change necessary within the Scope of Process Implementation
  • Christian Herrmann, Matthias Kurz: Adaptive Case Management: Supporting knowledge intensive Processes with IT Systems
  • Stefan Reinheimer: Modeling Needs in the BPM Consulting Process

The Relevance of S-BPM

A recent article published by Gartner Inc. outlines today's significant influence of S-BPM and can be found here.