Process Management (IS 510)

Lecture

Degree Course Master's program (M.Sc.), Diplom program
Lecturer Prof. Dr. Henrik Leopold
Grading 80% written exam (60-minutes), 20% group assignment
ECTS Credits 6
Language of Instruction English
Room O145
Time May 03 17:15 - 20:30
May 04 17:15 - 20:30
May 05 08:30 - 11:45
May 10 17:15 - 20:30
May 11 17:15 - 20:30
May 12 08:30 - 11:45
June 02 <Time TBD - Estimate: 08:30 - 17:00>
Office Hours By appointment
Additional Information This course is limited to 80 participants. A registration via Portal 2 is required. The registration is accessible in the period from February 2-16.

Content

In this lecture, theoretical concepts and methods in process management will be presented. After completing the class you will be able to

  • recognize the significance of process management
  • model and analyze business processes by using particular techniques and tools
  • define the structure of processes in a semantically precise way
  • examine the (dynamic) behavior of objects in processes
  • improve the design of processes

Exercise Course

Degree Course Master's Program (M.Sc.), Diplom program
Lecturer Okan Aydingül (M.Sc. Business Informatics)
Language of Instruction English
Time & Room May 15 08:30 - 10:00 Room: O 142
May 16 12:00 - 15:15 Room: O 145
May 17 15:30 - 18:45 Room: BWL Pool
May 24 15:30 - 18:45 Room: BWL Pool
Office Hours By appointment

Literature:

  • Van der Aalst, W.; van Hee, K.: Workflow Management: Models, Methods and Systems, Berlin u.a. 2002.
  • Oberweis, A.: Modellierung aus Ausführung von Workflows mit Petri-Netzen, Stuttgart 1996.
  • Jablonski, S.: Workflow-Management-Systeme: Modellierung und Architektur, Bonn 1995.
  • Dumas, M.; La Rosa, M.; Mendling, J.; Reijers, H.: Fundamentals of Business Process Management, Springer 2013.