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  • Bachelor- und Masterarbeitsseminar
    257.051 Seminar for Graduate Students
    257.055 Special Topics in Business Informatics - Theory and Practice
    Thursday, 01.03.2018, 9.00-12.00 am, S3 118
  • Preliminary talk
    Lectures 257201 and 257300
    08.03.2018, 10.15 am, room S3 0134
    Lectures 257051 and 257055
    08.03.2018, 11.00 am, room S3 0134

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IANES (Interactive Acquisition, Negotiation and Enactment of Subject-oriented Business Process Knowledge) addresses the requirement of in-situ process knowledge acquisition and alignment. The goal of the project is to provide a set of methods and tools, than enables the members of an organization to externalize, reflect, transfer and align their knowledge about individual work practices and interfaces to and with co-workers. Ultimately, people will be able to use the existing enactment module to support their individual work practices, dynamically adapt, revise and orchestrate them with others according to current needs. The combination of empowering individuals and local collaboration on an operative level together with maintaining a global view of given business goals and fundamental value creation chains enables organizations to more rapidly and effectively adapt to dynamically changing business environments.

IANES is partially founded by the European Union in the PEOPLE-IAPP action under FP7.





Project Officer:
DI Dr. Stefan Oppl, MBA

Dominik Wachholder, MSc pMBA
Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Inf. Florian Strecker, MBA
Wirt.-Ing. (FH) Fritz Bastarz
Dr. Georg Weichhart
Ing. Mag. Harald Lerchner, pMBA
Julia Marek, pMBA
Mag. Maria Mitterhauser
Mag. Markus Radmayr
Mag. Harald Müller
Dr. Nancy Alexopoulou
Mag. Patrick Halek
Ricarda Vierlinger, BSc

Articulation of subject-oriented business process models
Facilitating Knowledge Transfer in IANES - A Transactive Memory Approach
Facilitating shared understanding of work situations using a tangible tabletop interface
MoRoCo 2013: Models and their Role in Collaboration
Separation of Concerns in Model Elicitation – Role-based Actor-driven Business Process Modeling
Stakeholder-Driven Collaborative Modeling of Subject-Oriented Business Processes
Subject-oriented Elicitation of distributed Business-Process Knowledge
Towards Role-distributed Collaborative Business Process Elicitation

Field of Research:
Articulation Work