Class Notes: Agile Business Process Management – Towards an Integrated Framework
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In this issue of Class Notes Jan vom Brocke teams up with Thomas Grisold, a colleague at the University of Lichtenstein, to reveal first findings of their latest research into the development of an integrative framework for agile BPM. Based on these findings, they offer some suggestions for how practitioners can integrate agility in their BPM activities.
Thomas Grisold is assistant professor at the Institute of Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein. His research and teaching revolve around BPM-related topics and he is particularly interested in the intersection between BPM and organizational process theory. Thomas obtained his PhD from the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) where he focused on the phenomenon of organizational unlearning. Prior to his PhD studies, he did a Master’s degree in Cognitive Science at the University of Vienna. Over the course of his studies, Thomas was a visiting researcher at the Queensland University of Technology (Australia), Lancaster University (UK), University of Palermo (Italy) and University of Zagreb (Croatia).