Dr Paul Mathiesen
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Applying social technology to business process lifecycle management
P Mathiesen, J Watson, W Bandara, M Rosemann
International Conference on Business Process Management, 231-241, 2011
492011
The affordances of social technology: a BPM perspective
P Mathiesen, W Bandara, J Watson
272013
A comparative analysis of business analysis (BA) and business process management (BPM) capabilities.
P Mathiesen, W Bandara, H Delavari, P Harmon, K Brennan
ECIS 2011 Proceedings [19th European Conference on Information Systems], 1-13, 2011
272011
What do we know about business process management training? Current status of related research and a way forward
D Thennakoon, W Bandara, E French, P Mathiesen
Business Process Management Journal, 2018
222018
A critical analysis of business process management education and alignment with industry demand: an Australian perspective
P Mathiesen, W Bandara, O Marjanovic, H Delavari
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 33 (1), 27, 2013
162013
Business process management (BPM) education in Australia: A critical review based on content analysis
H Delavari, W Bandara, O Marjanovic, P Mathiesen
Proceedings of the 21st Australasian Conference on Information Systems …, 2010
152010
Enterprise social networks: a business model perspective
P Mathiesen, E Fielt
Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS …, 2013
122013
Importance of literature profiling: An archival analysis with illustrative examples for IS researchers
A Gaffar, A Deshpande, W Bandara, P Mathiesen
Proceedings of the 19th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems …, 2015
82015
Enterprise Business Process Management in the public sector: the case of the Department of Human Services (DHS) Australia
W Bandara, S Bailey, P Mathiesen, J McCarthy, C Jones
Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases 8 (2), 217-231, 2018
72018
Improving the clinical-care pathway of an Ayurvedic hospital: A teaching case for developing process improvement capabilities
W Bandara, D Thennakoon, R Syed, P Mathiesen, K Ranaweera
Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases 6 (2), 111-120, 2016
42016
Mechanisms for creating successful BPM governance: Insights from Commonwealth Bank of Australia
W Bandara, J Merideth, A Techatassanasoontorn, P Mathiesen, D O'Neill
Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Business Process …, 2019
22019
Developing enterprise-wide business process management capability: a teaching case from the financial sector
W Bandara, C Abbott, P Mathiesen, L Meyers, M Nagra
Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases 8 (2), 192-208, 2018
22018
Shifting the airline business model: Current struggles of national carriers to become profitable passenger experience companies
N Safrudin, P Mathiesen, S Lescarcelle-Evin
Business Transformation Academy (BTA), 2012
22012
A critical analysis of the demand for and nature of business process management (bpm) roles in industry: a global analysis
P Mathiesen, W Bandara, O Marjanovic, H Delavari
QualIT 2010: Proceedings from the 5th International Conference on …, 2010
22010
Enterprise social technology in the context of business process improvement
PR Mathiesen
Queensland University of Technology, 2016
12016
A Typological Framework of Process Improvement Project Stakeholders
C Abbott, W Bandara, P Mathiesen, E French, M Tate
International Conference on Business Process Management, 384-399, 2020
2020
Social Technology Affordances for Business Process Improvement
P Mathiesen, J Watson, W Bandara
International Conference on Business Process Management, 73-84, 2018
2018
Ancillary material supporting the teaching case titled;“Enterprise business process management in the public sector: The case of the Department of Human Services (DHS …
W Bandara, S Bailey, P Mathiesen, J McCarthy, C Jones
2017
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P Mathiesen, W Bandara, O Marjanovic, H Delavari
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