- A collection of business process redesign patterns


This paper introduces, a website consolidating Business Process Redesign (BPR) patterns from the literature and the field. The site seeks to enhance the usability of BPR patterns by providing features such as case studies, cheat sheets, and suggestions for pairing individual patterns. seeks to inspire creative thinking in process improvement and bridge the gap between academic knowledge and practice application. This work contributes to the BPM field by fostering a shared learning environment.

In Best Dissertation Award, Doctoral Consortium, and Demonstration & Resources Track at BPM 2023 (BPM-D).
Tobias Fehrer
Tobias Fehrer
Doctoral Candidate in IS

Within my research, I focus on topics in data-driven business process management in general and on process mining in particular.