Using Templates and Linguistic Patterns to Define Process Performance Indicators
|Author/s||Río Ortega, Adela del
Resinas Arias de Reyna, Manuel
Durán Toro, Amador
Ruiz Cortés, Antonio
|Department||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Lenguajes y Sistemas Informáticos|
|Abstract||Process performance management (PPM) aims at measuring, monitoring and
analysing the performance of business processes (BPs), in order to check the
achievement of strategic and operational goals and to support decision ...
Process performance management (PPM) aims at measuring, monitoring and analysing the performance of business processes (BPs), in order to check the achievement of strategic and operational goals and to support decision making for their optimisation. PPM is based on process performance indicators (PPIs), so having an appropriate definition of them is crucial. One of the main problems of PPIs definition is to express them in an unambiguous, complete, understandable, traceable and verifiable manner. In practice, PPIs are defined informally —usually in ad-hoc, natural language, with its well-known problems— or they are defined from an implementation perspective, hardly understandable to non– technical people. In order to solve this problem, in this article we propose a novel approach to improve the definition of PPIs using templates and linguistic patterns. This approach promotes reuse, reduces both ambiguities and missing information, is understandable to all stakeholders and maintains traceability with the process model. Furthermore, it enables the automated processing of PPI definitions by its straightforward translation into the PPINOT metamodel, allowing the gathering of the required information for their computation as well as the analysis of the relationships between them and with BP elements
|Citation||Río Ortega, A.d., Resinas Arias de Reyna, M., Durán Toro, A. y Ruiz Cortés, A. (2014). Using Templates and Linguistic Patterns to Define Process Performance Indicators.|
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