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Anton Friedl
Consulting for Automation & Digitalization, Herzogenaurach, Germany

Meeting Industry 4.0 Challenges with S-BPM

Industry 4.0 challenges machines and stakeholders to get connected as a collaborative community. Besides cyber-physical system-based manufacturing, service innovation has become crucial for production industries. The lecture paper addresses major design challenges when transforming production systems towards informed collaborative decision taking bodies in a subject-oriented way: Machine and human interaction supporting emergent behavior, resource management, including sensor and controller networks, as digital systems can be adapted to needs on-the-fly, product and process quality as control parameters of those systems, and cloud and Big Data architectures as service and process infrastructure.


Peter Forbrig
Full Professor of Software Engineering, Universität Rostock, Germany

BizDevOps and the role of S-BPM

Fitzgerald and Stol characterised continuous software engineering in their paper from 2014 as BizDev (business strategy – development), DevOps (development -operations), and continuous innovation. The talk will revisit this perspective and discuss some possible improvements.

The whole approach is very important for agile software development. Additionally, in the talk it will be discussed how the usage of S-BPM might lead to BizDevOps or even BizOps. In this way the silo walls between business strategy, development, and operations will be knocked down. Business success can be immediately measured during operations. Tool support during operations is already available for such an approach.


Albert Fleischmann
InterAktiv Unternehmensberatung, Germany

S-BPM: Mission Impossible (Retrospektive über die ersten 10 Jahre)

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