Process Orientation in practice
Research concerning process oriented business development are conducted with the professionals from a range of organizations / companies. Critical modeling elements to consider have been identified, and are the basis of the developed methods for process orientation in practice (PoP).
Research results and practical experience develops PoP methods further to avoid pitfalls in the process of determining the conditions to lead and manage development efforts to achieve the expected effects and degree of process orientation. PoP methods is a co-production between researchers and professionals, which are used and further developed in our training courses.
- Process orientation in practice - Business management and development Commissioned course (Swedish)
After completing the program participants are offered a place in the PoP network with professionals that have experience of using and situational customize PoP methods. The purpose of the network is that it should act as a forum for competence development and pooling of knowledge of process orientation based on research and practice, through digital and physical meetings.
A selection of publications
Christiansson, M-T. (2020) Effektiv verksamhetsutveckling – metoder för processorientering i praktiken, Studentlitteratur.
Christiansson, M. & Rentzhog, O. (2019) Lessons from the “BPO journey” in a public housing company: toward a strategy for BPO, Business Process Management Journal, Vol. 26 No. 2, pp. 373-404, Emerald Publishing Limited.
Christiansson, M-T. & Van Looy A. (2017) Elements for Tailoring a BPM Maturity Model to Simplify its Use. In: Carmona J., Engels G., Kumar A. (eds) Business Process Management Forum. BPM 2017. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Vol. 297, pp. 3-18. Springer, Cham.
Fernández, D.M., Wagner, S., Kalinowski, M., Felderer, M., Mafra, P., Vetrò, A., Conte, T., Christiansson, M-T et al. (2016) Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering Contemporary Problems, Causes, and Effects in Practice, Empirical Software Engineering, Vol. 22, Issue 5, pp. 2298–2338, Springer.
Christiansson, M-T. & Christiansson, B. (2006) The Encounter between Processes and Components – Towards a Framework for a Close-to-Business Requirements Specification for Acquisition of Component-Based Information Systems, Ph.D. thesis No. 14, Linköping University, Sweden (in Swedish).