BPM Research and Education—Process Management and Accounting
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Jan vom Brocke, in collaboration with his colleague, Christian Sonnenberg, present a basic toolkit, the Process Accounting Model (PAM), that can help process managers gather the necessary data to clearly demonstrate the economic value generated by their business processes. The toolkit aims to help process managers justify their BPM initiatives in a language familiar to business people. Details inside.
Dr. Christian Sonnenberg is working as a business process consultant, specialized on ERP system applications and implementations in logistics. Christian also regularly contributes scholarly articles in the fields of BPM and information systems and is an associated researcher at the Institute of Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein. In his doctoral thesis he developed IT artifacts for supporting accounting tasks in process-oriented organizations. Christian has been awarded with the “Liechtenstein Young Researcher Award” by the government of the Principality of Liechtenstein for successfully transferring his research results into practical IT solutions.
You can follow Christian´s research activities on his University of Liechtenstein website www.uni.li/christian.sonnenberg, or contact him directly via firstname.lastname@example.org.