Queensland Treasury Corporation
Business Process Management (BPM) is often perceived as a top priority concern in organizations? both in public and private sectors. Process modeling is an embedded component of most BPM initiatives, yet a resource intensive task. How process models can be derived efficiently (i.e. with less resources and time) and effectively (at a high quality to meet the specific needs) is an integral element of interest to most organizations, however, this area of research is still in its infancy. This paper aims to address this gap by proposing a 'process pattern' based approach to process modeling.