Framework of a process laboratory for the operational control of service processes
Heckl, Diana, Leyer, Michael, Moorann, Jürgen, & Rosemann, Michael (2009) Framework of a process laboratory for the operational control of service processes. In ACIS 2009 Proceedings, AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), Melbourne, VIC, pp. 195-204.
Service processes such as financial advice, booking a business trip or conducting a consulting project have emerged as units of analysis of high interest for the business process and service management communities in practice and academia. While the transactional nature of production processes is relatively well understood and deployed, the less predictable and highly interactive nature of service processes still lacks in many areas appropriate methodological grounding. This paper proposes a framework of a process laboratory as a new IT artefact in order to facilitate the holistic analysis and simulation of such service processes. Using financial services as an example, it will be shown how such a process laboratory can be used to reduce the complexity of service process analysis and facilitate operational service process control.
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