Supporting Risk-Informed Decisions during Business Process Execution
In this paper the authors proposes a technique that supports process participants in making risk-informed decisions, with the aim to reduce the process risks. Risk reduction involves decreasing the likelihood and severity of a process fault from occurring. Given a process exposed to risks, e.g. a financial process exposed to a risk of reputation loss, the authors enact this process and whenever a process participant needs to provide input to the process, e.g. by selecting the next task to execute or by filling out a form, they prompt the participant with the expected risk that a given fault will occur given the particular input.