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The I2PM association was established to promote innovative scientific discoveries and solutions in the field of process management and to test them through academic work over the long term. The objective is to transfer know-how from theory to practice.

Specifically, that means:

  • We manage and foster scientific work.
  • We organize events to share knowledge and experience.
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  • We support research and development projects.
  • We cooperate with other academic organizations, associations, institutions and enterprises.

News

New BPM book ...

There is a new book with the interesting title "Hagenberg Business Process Modelling Method". So, there is no universal methodology, but one that works in Hagenberg (just a joke) - nevertheless, there is also a "Grazer Ansatz" developed at the TU…

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Events

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Matthias Kurz published articles
Jul 20
Matthias Kurz posted a blog post
Jun 18
Maksim is now a member of Institute of Innovative Process Management (I2PM)
Jun 9
Alexander Herwix is now a member of Institute of Innovative Process Management (I2PM)
Jun 6
Ray Ellis is now a member of Institute of Innovative Process Management (I2PM)
May 26
Herbert Kindermann commented on Udo Kannengiesser's blog post Microservices/processes without global view
May 14
Udo Kannengiesser posted a blog post
May 12
Robert Singer posted a blog post
May 3
Robert Singer is now a member of S-BPM Shapes for Microsoft Visio
Apr 29
Harald Müller is now a member of Institute of Innovative Process Management (I2PM)
Apr 27
Matthes Elstermann is now a member of S-BPM.EDU
Apr 16
Udo Kannengiesser is now a member of S-BPM Shapes for Microsoft Visio
Apr 16
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