Subject-Oriented Process Analysis

  • Fleischmann A
  • Schmidt W
  • Stary C
  • et al.
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Process analysis is a central bundle of activities of the S-BPM process model. Once an S-BPM project is started, analysis is paramount. It denotes a purposeful collection and evaluation of relevant process information in preparation for the next steps of the process model. Such process information includes existing descriptions of business processes, current process specifications (e.g., ARIS diagrams), measurements, and analyses of key performance indicators, or other documentation for quality assurance.




Fleischmann, A., Schmidt, W., Stary, C., Obermeier, S., & Börger, E. (2012). Subject-Oriented Process Analysis. In Subject-Oriented Business Process Management (pp. 43–62). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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