S-BPM ONE 2009 - the Subjectoriented BPM Conference
The first S-BPM ONE conference will be held in Karlsruhe, Germany, on October 22nd 2009. This one-day conference addresses the scientific and business community.
The aim of this constitutional convention is to establish a new annual international conference on the new topic of Subjectoriented Business Process Management (S-BPM).
The scope is to get answers from the business and scientific community to
- what S-BPM precisely is,
- why it is a topic worth scientific and economic exploration, and
- how a roadmap to S-BPM could look like.
The proceedings are published by Springer in its series "Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS)" 85. The volume is now available online. You can find information about it at or access the online version at 
- Lutz Heuser (Key Note Speaker): The Relevance of Management of Business Process and Orchestration
- Hagen Buchwald: The Power of as-is processes
- Christian Fichtenbauer: The missing link between individuals and machines in regard to truth
- Werner Schmidt: SOUL Initiative
- Erwin Aitenbichler: Application of Subject-oriented Modeling in Automatic Service Composition
- Robert Singer/Erwin Zinser: S-BPM in Research and Education
- Albert Fleischmann: What is S-BPM?
- Anton Kramm: Case Study I - Process as a Service
- Gabriele Konjack: Case Study II - AST - Order Control Process
- Hagen Buchwald: Potential building blocks
Registration period has ended.