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*The 1stInternational Workshop on Towards Fully Enterprise 2.0 (FE2.0)*

*in conjunction with *

*8th IFIP WG 8.1 working conference on the Practice of Enterprise Modelling


This workshop would like to be an opportunity for researchers from both
disciplines Business Process Management (BPM) and Web2.0 technologies
(exemplified by social networks, online communities, collaborative systems,
and crowd-based platforms) to discuss how enterprises could capitalize on
these technologies so that a new generation of business processes can
spread over the business and social worlds.


Today’s enterprises are caught in the middle of a major financial storm
that is jeopardizing their profit, growth, and even survival. To respond to
this storm, enterprises need to improve their business processes and align
their development strategies with market needs. Regular enterprise
applications like Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Supply Chain
Management (SCM) implement structured business processes in which the steps
to perform are well defined. Basically, there is a little room for
creativity and innovation during the completion of these processes without
triggering a complex re-thinking process that usually takes time to
implement and see its effects, which is sometimes late and inefficient due
to constant changes. Various on-the-fly decisions may be made based on
unstructured data that people receive from various sources. Examples of
sources include social media as part of the Big Data ``fever’’. An
enterprise 2.0 is one that, in addition to having an online presence,
strives to open up new communication channels with various stakeholders
using Web2.0 technologies such as social networks, wikis, blogs,
crowd-based platforms, and other emergent social systems. Different studies
encourage enterprises to allow their employees to embrace social
applications in order to establish and foster contacts with their
colleagues, customers, and suppliers. However, the richness and complexity
of information of these applications arise challenges on how enterprises
should capture and structure this information for future use while
preserving user’s privacy, ownership, and information sensitivity.

*Topics of interest*

This workshop aims at addressing the lack of techniques and guidelines that
would enable enterprises to weave social elements into the life cycle of
designing, developing, and deploying business processes. This should lead
into social business processes that assist employees establish and maintain
social networks of contacts, rely on some privileged contacts when needed,
and form with other peers strong and long lasting social collaborative
groups. In today’s economies, an enterprise’s ability to sustain its growth
and competitiveness depends on how well it socially manages its
communications with various stakeholders for instance, customers,
suppliers, competitors, and partners.

Topics of interest include (but not limited to):

         BPM for the enterprise 2.0

         Standards for the enterprise 2.0

         Methods for designing the enterprise 2.0

         Crowd-driven business process management

         Semantic technologies for the enterprise 2.0

         Resource monitoring in the enterprise 2.0

         Exception handling in social business processes

         Guidelines and best practices for the enterprise 2.0

         Privacy and security in the enterprise 2.0

         Big data analytics for BPM

         Context management in the enterprise 2.0

         Supply chain management in the virtual enterprise 2.0

         Case studies


Short and long submissions are accepted. Submissions should be formatted
according to Springer’s LNCS formatting guidelines
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English, and not exceed 8 pages (for short) and 16 pages (for long) of
length.  Authors must upload their Submissions as PDF file using the EasyChair
submission system <> (

Submissions will be peer-reviewed by 2-3 PC members each. Selection
criteria will include: relevance, significance, impact, originality, and
technical soundness. Some preferences may also be given to Submissions
which address emergent trends in the future shape of the Web. Since the
workshop is associated with the PoEM conference, accepted Submissions must
be of real relevance to the PoEM research community as well.

*Important Dates*

Paper Submission: July 17, 2015

Authors Notification: September 11, 2015

Camera Ready papers: September 18, 2015

Workshop date: November, 10, 2015


All accepted and presented papers will be published on line and will be
considered for inclusion into Springer's LNBIP Series book (indexed by
DBLP). Extended version of some selected papers will be considered for
inclusion in a special issue of a journal.

*Workshop Chairs*

   - Ejub Kajan, State University of Novi Pazar, Serbia
   - Vanilson Burégio, National Institute of Science and Technology for
   Software Engineering (INES), Brazil
   - Mohamed Sellami, LISITE LAB, ISEP Paris, France
   - ZakariaMaamar, Zayed University, Dubai, U.A.E

*Program Committee Members*

   - Claudia Cappelli, UNIRIO, Brazil
   - Noura Faci, Lyon 1 University, France
   - Walid Gaaloul, Télécom SudParis, France
   - Vinicius Garcia, UFPE, Brazil
   - In Lee, Western Illinois University, USA
   - Sylvain Lefebvre, ISEP Paris, France
   - Munir Majdalawieh,  Zayed University, UAE
   - Mohamed Mohamed, IBM Research Almaden, USA
   - Ahmed Mostafa, University of Wollongong, Australia
   - Michael Mrissa, Lyon 1 University, France
   - Nanjangud Narendra, IBM India Research Lab, India
   - Alexander Norta, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
   - Nelson Rosa, UFPE, Brazil
   - Sherif Sakr, The University of New South Wales, Australia

*Additional information *

Additional information and contact details are available on Workshop Web
site (
*Dr. Ejub Kajan*
*Associate Professor*
*State University of Novi Pazar*

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