Informace o projektu
An Integration of Business Process Management and Knowledge Management (IBPMKM vol. 3)

Kód projektu
Období řešení
1/2024 - 12/2024
Investor / Programový rámec / typ projektu
Masarykova univerzita
Fakulta / Pracoviště MU
Ekonomicko-správní fakulta

With the increasing uncertainty and turbulence of the business environment, the share of unpredictable and exceptional scenarios in business operations grows as never before. Business process management (BPM) research reacts to this trend by adapting conventional BPM methods to the needs of knowledge-intensive processes (KiPs) that highly rely on the expertise of workers involved in their execution.
In practice, most organizations ignore the knowledge side of kiBPs and continue to manage these processes by applying conventional BPM methods only suitable for routine and repeatable processes, which undermines the performance of kiBPs. The reason behind the discrepancy between theory and practice is that business practitioners are mostly unaware of the drawbacks of conventional BPM methods in the context of KiPs.
Therefore, the project aims to contribute to the emerging field of KiPs research by investigating specific aspects of applying modified conventional BPM methods in the context of KiPs. In particular, the project will focus on identifying circumstances and consequences under which deviations from standards occur in KiPs.

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