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    SPP 1921: 'Intentional Forgetting' in organisations: 'Forgetting confidently': Motivational and emotionale influences on intentionale forgettin in organisations

    The tandem project of the University of Münster with the disciplines Organisational & Business Psychology (Guido Hertel) and Information Systems (Jörg Becker) focuses on studies on motivational factors that can interfere or promote intentional forgetting in organizations. Intentional forgetting is operationalized by the extent of the utilization of information systems. Information systems are considered to be a structural form of intentional forgetting in organizations that provide users with relevant information so that less relevant information can fade into the background (gradual forgetting). In this way, the use of information systems can save resources and increase the quality and speed of decisions by focusing on the essential decision criteria.


    Project status in progress
    Project time 01.10.2016- 30.09.2019
    Website https://www.getrost-vergessen.de/
    Funding source DFG - Priority Programme
    Project number HE 2745/16-1; BE 1422/21-1
    Keywords Intentional Forgetting; Motivation; Emotion; Psychology; Information Systems

     

    Propelling Business Process Management by Research and Innovation Staff Exchange

    RISE_BPM networks world-leading research institutions and corporate innovators to develop new horizons for Business Process Management (BPM). BPM is a boundary-spanning discipline focused on division and re-integration of day-to-day work in organisations and on analysis of process data for organisational decision-making. Recent break-through innovations in Social Computing, Smart Devices, Real-Time Computing, and Big Data Technology create a strong impetus for propelling BPM into a pervasive corporate topic that enables design of entirely new products and services.


    Project status in progress
    Project time 01.05.2015- 30.04.2019
    Website http://www.rise-bpm.eu
    Funding source EC H2020 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions - Research and Innovation Staff Exchange
    Project number 645751
    Keywords Business Process Management; BPM; Business Processes

     

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    Registration and optimisation of administrative processes at the University of Music Münster

    This project executes a process registration and optimisation of adminstrative proceses at the University of Music Münster. Im preparation of the upcoming implementation of a SAP Campus Management System the specific processes will be recorded using the modelling method PICTURE.


    Project status definitely finished
    Project time 01.02.2017- 31.01.2018
    Keywords process registration; University of Music; Münster; process optimisation

     

    Towards EPC Standardization - Process Modelling with Event-driven Process Chains

    Mit der Ereignisgesteuerten Prozesskette (EPK) wurde zu Beginn der 1990er Jahren die bis dato in Deutschland dominierende Modellierungssprache entwickelt. Insbesondere in Wissenschaft und Praxis trifft die EPK seit fast zwei Jahrzehnten auf breite Akzeptanz, obwohl bis dato kein anerkannter Standard für die EPK existiert. Ziel des Projekts SPEAK ist die Erarbeitung einer EPK-Spezifikation in Zusammenarbeit mit Fachexperten aus Wissenschaft und Praxis. Zur Zielerreichung werden in mehreren Arbeitspaketen die Grundlagen einer solchen Spezifikation geschaffen. Dies umfasst unter anderem die Durchführung einer Anforderungsanalyse, die metamodell-, formalsemantische-, und enumerative Spezifikation der EPK sowie die Definition eines Austausch- und Speicherformats.


    Project status definitely finished
    Project time 01.02.2015- 31.10.2017
    Website http://www.epc-standard.org/
    Funding source Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy
    Project number 01FS14030
    Keywords Prozessmodellierung; Ereignisgesteuerte Prozesskette (EPK)

     

    Federal Information Management

    Many public administrations maintain their information on administrative procedures on their own. This leads to a heterogeneous information landscape. It is, however, crucial for maintaining a reliable public service that same content is always described the same. Here, the FIM project comes into play. It is the goal to build up an information management that supports information exchange across all federal levels between internal processes and between public administrations and citizens (public service). This will be achieved by combining functional and technical Standardization.


    Project status definitely finished
    Project time 04.12.2012- 31.12.2015
    Website http://www.it-planungsrat.de/DE/Projekte/Steuerungsprojekte/Steuerungsprojekte_NEGS/FIM/fim_node.html
    Funding source Finanzministerium Sachsen-Anhalt
    Project number 029-211-01-Nr. WB 2a
    Keywords Information Management; E-Government