Model as you do : engaging an S-BPM vendor on process modelling in 3D virtual worlds
Harman, Joel, Brown, Ross, Kannengiesser, Udo, Meyer, Nils, & Rothschadl, Thomas (2015) Model as you do : engaging an S-BPM vendor on process modelling in 3D virtual worlds. In S-BPM in the Wild: Practical Value Creation. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 113-133.
Accurate process model elicitation continues to be a time consuming task, requiring skill on the part of the interviewer to extract explicit and tacit process information from the interviewee. Many errors occur in this elicitation stage that would be avoided by better activity recall, more consistent specification methods and greater engagement in the elicitation process by interviewees. Metasonic GmbH has developed a process elicitation tool for their process suite. As part of a research engagement with Metasonic, staff from QUT, Australia have developed a 3D virtual world approach to the same problem, viz. eliciting process models from stakeholders in an intuitive manner. This book chapter tells the story of how QUT staff developed a 3D Virtual World tool for process elicitation, took the outcomes of their research project to Metasonic for evaluation, and finally, Metasonic’s response to the initial proof of concept.
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