Humanistic BPM

Current projects

  • Sensible business processes
  • Process stories and storytelling
  • Business process crowdsourcing
  • BPM modelling through storytelling
  • Process modelling quality
  • Theoretical foundations of BPM modelling
  • End-user process modelling
  • Process modelling and air traffic control
  • Process modelling and knowledge management
  • Geo-workflow
  • BPM with microblogging

Future projects

  • BPM in emergency management
  • BPM and service science
  • BPM in healthcare
  • Modelling complex work processes
  • Ad-hoc business processes
  • BPM and social media

Past projects

  • Exception handling
  • Resilient BPM architectures
  • Modelling highly collaborative processes

Highlights

  • Simões, D., Nguyen, T., Jonnavithula, L. and Antunes, P. (2015) Modelling Sensible Business Processes. 2nd International Conference on Future Data and Security Engineering (FDSE). Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
  • Nguyen, T., Antunes, P. and Johnstone, D. (2015) “Factors Influencing the Decision to Crowdsource: A Systematic Literature Review.” Information Systems Frontiers, online first.
  • Nguyen, T., Antunes, P., Johnstone, D. and Son, A. (2015) Building an Enterprise Ontology of Business Process Crowdsourcing: A Design Science Approach. 19th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), Singapore.
  • Jonnavithula, L., Antunes, P., Cranefield, J. and Pino, J. (2015) Organisational Issues in Modelling Business Processes: An Activity-Based Inventory and Directions For Research. 19th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), Singapore.
  • Antunes, P., Simões, D., Carriço, L. and Pino, J. (2013) “An End-User Approach to Business Process Modeling.” Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 36(6).
  • Antunes, P. (2011) “BPM and Exception Handling: Focus on Organizational Resilience.” IEEE Transactions on System, Man, and Cybernetics Part C: Applications and Reviews, 41(3).
  • Antunes, P. and Mourão, H. (2011) “Resilient Business Process Management: Framework and Services.” Expert Systems With Applications, 38(2).
  • Simões, D., Antunes, P. and Cranefield, J. (2016) Enriching Knowledge in Business Process Modelling: A Storytelling Approach. Innovations in Knowledge Management: The impact of social media, semantic web and cloud computing. Intelligent Systems Reference Library, vol. 95, pp. 241-267. Heidelberg, Springer.
  • Jonnavithula, L., Antunes, P., Cranefield, J. and Pino, J. (2015) Organisational Issues in Modelling Business Processes: An Activity-Based Inventory and Directions For Research. PACIS, Singapore.
  • Antunes, P., Zurita, G. and Baloian, N. (2014) Requirements for Ad-hoc Geo-referenced BPM with Microblogging. Collaboration and Technology, 20th International Conference, Santiago, Chile. LNCS, vol. 8658. Springer.
  • Antunes, P., Herskovic, V., Ochoa, S. and Pino, J. (2013) Modeling Highly Collaborative Processes. 17th IEEE International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design (CSCWD), Whistler, BC, Canada. IEEE.

Published by

Pedro Antunes

Associate Professor at Victoria University of Wellington, School of Information Management