Tuesday 10/09  workshop starts at 13:15

Posters that present cases/tools/system related to ACM or Non-workflow approaches to BPM are welcome. Size of the poster is A2 (or 4 A4 sheets glued together). Note that there won’t be any poster sessions. Posters should be viewed as a possibility for arranging informal contacts between the participants.

8:00-13:15 – Registration

13:15-13:30 – Opening. Session chair – Ilia Bider

Foreword by chairs (Approximately 5 min)
Participants present themselves (Approximately 10 min)

13:30-15:00 – Session 1. From practice to theory. Session chair – Ilia Bider

13:30-14:00 – Experience report: “Patterns boosting adaptivity in ACM“. Helle Frisak Sem, Steinar Carlsen, Gunnar John Coll and Thomas Bech Pettersen (Norway)
14:00-14:30 – Experience Report: “CMMN implementation in executable model of business process at order-based manufacturing enterprise“. Vadim Kuzin and Galina Kuzina (Russia)
14:30-15:00 – Position paper: “Dynamic Condition Response Graphs for Trustworthy Adaptive Case Management”. Thomas Hildebrandt, Morten Marquard, Raghava Rao Mukkamala and Tijs Slaats (Danmark)

15:00-15:30 – Coffee Break

15:30 -17:00 – Session 2. Research and new theoretical ideas. Session Chair – Irina Rychkova

15:30-16:00 – Research paper: “Supervision of constraint-based processes: a declarative perspective“. Sauro Schaidt, Agnelo Vieira, Eduardo Rocha Loures and Eduardo Portela Santos (Brazil)
16:00-16:30 – Idea paper: “Dynamic Context Modeling for Agile Case Management“. Manuele Kirsch Pinheiro and Irina Rychkova (France)
16:30-17:00 – Idea paper: “Adaptive Case Management as a Process of Construction of and Movement in a State Space” Ilia Bider, Amin Jalali and Jens Ohlsson (Sweden)

17:00-17:15 – Leg-stretching break

17:15 -18:00 – Panel: Does theory facilitates or hinders practice? Moderator – Irina Rychkova.

Panelists: Thomas Bech Pettersen, Vadim Kuzin, Tran Thi Kim&Christoph Ruhsam, Paola Mauri, Ilia Bider

Panelists represent 5 group working in practice. Each group will get 5 minutes to present their experience (positive and/or negative) of using research (research results) in their practice. After that the panelists will answer any questions from the public. The panel can be considered as a preparation for the brainstorming session on Wednesday.

19:00 – 20.00 OTM 2013 Welcome Reception (hosted by the City of Graz).
20:00-23.00 Workshop dinner:  Tentative and on the volunteer basis

Wednesday 11/09  workshop starts at 09.00

09:00 – 10:00 Common OTM Keynote:  “The Model-Driven (R)evolution” Richard Mark Soley (OMG, USA)

10:00-10:30 – Coffee Break

10:30-11:30 – Session 3. Practice. Session chair – Ilia Bider

10:30-11:00 – Position paper: “Setup and maintenance factors of ACM systems“. Thanh Tran Thi Kim, Max J. Pucher, Jan Mendling and Christoph Ruhsam (Austria)
11:00-11.30 – Experience report: “Process Analysis and Collective Behaviour in Organizations. A practitioner experience“. Paola Mauri (Italy)

11:30 -12:15 – Brainstorming: “Collaboration between research and practice”. Moderator – Irina Rychkova/Ilia Bider

The brainstorming will be conducted in the manner of the Reverse Brainstorming
The idea is first to investigate how to make the collaboration impossible, and then reverse the results. Please prepare your suggestions on what researchers should do to ensure that their results are never used in practice, and what practitioners should do for never use the result of the research in practice.

12:15-12:30 – Closing. Session Chair – Irina Rychkova

14:00-23:00 – OTM 2013 Social events (details see in the OTM program), including:

OTM wine tasting excursion (optional, extra fee)
Common OTM keynote: “Long-range forecasting: important yet almost impossible”  Hermann Maurer (Austria)
Conference dinner (included in registration fee)