The trend toward more flexible ways of working, shorter organizational reaction times, and the ability to fully embrace market unpredictability, is a powerful force that, while positioning business process management (BPM) at center stage, also strains conventional approaches and tools beyond their limits. Discover how goal-oriented BPM goes beyond current BPM practices to better address current business challenges.
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foreseen and taken into account in the model. An Out-Of-Model change is, on the other hand, the result of an unexpected condition that lies outside what the process model is designed to manage. In-model changes are managed by defining and maintaining the, potentially many, context-dependent ways a process can succeed using available modeling language artefacts and tools. For goal-oriented BPM, this is primarily achieved through goal-plan separation, since the ability to assign different plans to a single