We accepted 13 papers to the new BPM Forum track. The Proceedings are available from the Springer website.
  • Unlocking the Potential of the Process Perspective in Business Transformation
    Greet Bontinck, Öykü Isik, Stijn Viaene and Joachim Van den Bergh
  • Identifying Variability in Process Performance Indicators
    Bedilia Estrada-Torres, Adela Del-Río-Ortega, Manuel Resinas and Antonio Ruiz-Cortés
  • Process Model Comparison Based on Cophenetic Distance
    David Sánchez-Charles, Victor Muntés-Mulero, Josep Carmona and Marc Solé
  • Activity Matching with Human Intelligence
    Carlos Rodriguez, Christopher Klinkmüller, Ingo Weber, Florian Daniel and Fabio Casati
  • Resource Allocation with Dependencies in Business Process Management Systems
    Giray Havur, Cristina Cabanillas, Jan Mendling and Axel Polleres
  • Parent-child Relation Between Process Instances
    Luise Pufahl and Mathias Weske
  • Focusing business improvements using process mining based influence analysis
    Teemu Lehto, Markku Hinkka and Jaakko Hollmén
  • Estimating the Cost for Executing Business Processes in the Cloud
    Vincenzo Ferme, Ana Ivanchikj and Cesare Pautasso
  • Business Matter Experts do Matter: A Model-Driven Approach for Domain Specific Process Design and Monitoring
    Adrian Mos and Mario Cortes-Cornax
  • A Hybrid Approach for Flexible Case Modeling and Execution
    Marcin Hewelt and Mathias Weske
  • Factors Affecting the Sustained Use of Process Models
    Toomas Saarsen and Marlon Dumas
  • Software Process Enactment, Monitoring and Analysis
    Gabriella Castro Barbosa Costa, Claudia Werner and Regina Braga
  • A Checklist-based Inspection Technique for Business Process Models
    Rafael Maiani de Mello, Rebeca Campos Motta and Guilherme Horta Travassos