Business Process Management - AMCIS 2016


We invite you to participate in mini-track "Business Process Management in Transition and Developing/Emerging Economies" within the 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems.

Chair: Arkadiusz Jurczuk, Bialystok University of Technology &  Renata Gabryelczyk, University of Warsaw

Business Process Management (BPM) encompasses methods, techniques and concepts leading to organizational efficiency and effectiveness in contemporary economies. The implementation of BPM projects in organizations from less developed economies can follow practices and models conceived and tested in highly developed countries, but they must also use their own experiences and understanding of the local business environment.

The linked topics of BPM and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) include such areas of discussion as: process models as a common language for ICT and Business; inventory of an existing organizational environment; designing workflow systems; documenting processes in the implementation of ICT systems; identification of the causes of failure in business processes with process mining techniques. The objective of this mini-track is to provide a discussion forum for authors from transition economies and developing/emerging economies to disseminate their research in the area of BPM, compare results and share experiences.


We invite you to participate in this mini-track in the following possible topics: Methodologies, techniques and tools of business process modeling, analysis and design, Business Process Improvement, Redesign, Orientation, Change, Business process maturity models and assessment, Process performance measurement and management, Process mining, Applications of BPM, Best practices in BPM and case studies, BPM in ICT implementation, BPM in eBusiness, eCommerce and eGovernment, Education of BPM.


Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Diego, August 11 - 13, 2016

Mini-Track 7 "Business Process Management in Transition and Developing/Emerging Economies" in: ICTs in Global Development (SIGGlobDev) Track


Arkadiusz Jurczuk
Bialystok University of Technology
Faculty of Management
Wiejska 45A, 15-351 Białystok, Poland

Renata Gabryelczyk
University of Warsaw
Faculty of Economic Sciences
Długa 44/50, 00-241 Warszawa, Poland


NOTE: Authors of best papers in the ICTs in Global Development track will be invited to submit revised versions for fast-track review and possible publication in the journal Information Technology for Development (ITD) –