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Séminaire SAMOVAR, 10 juillet à 14h > Research Agenda on Enterprise 2.0 @ Zayed University : Past, Present, and Future

Séminaire SAMOVAR, 10 juillet à 14h > Research Agenda on Enterprise 2.0 @ Zayed University : Past, Present, and Future

Le laboratoire Samovar organise un séminaire transverse lundi 10 juillet 2017 de 14h à 15h en G10 présenté par Zakaria Maamar (Zayed University in Dubai).

Ce séminaire est ouvert à tous (doctorants, enseignants-chercheurs).

Title : Research Agenda on Enterprise 2.0 @ Zayed University : Past, Present, and Future

Abstract : Since 2014, our international research group whose members are based in Brazil, France, Serbia, and UAE, has been examining the blend of social computing with business processes. This blend is in line with the latest investigations about the role of social media in making enterprises more agile and responsive to their surroundings. Enterprise 2.0, aka social enterprise, is the one that captures the social
interactions between the components of its business processes (aka know-how) and converts these interactions into relations upon which specialized networks are built. On the one hand, components include task, person, and machine. On the other hand, interactions include for instance, substitution, collaboration, and delegation. In this
presentation, we discuss our research agenda on Enterprise 2.0 in terms of past achievements (e.g., social coordination of business processes), present endeavors (e.g., mixing business and social logs in support of business processes performance), and future perspectives (e.g., process of things).

Speaker’s short bio : Dr. Zakaria Maamar is Professor in the College of Technological Innovation of Zayed University in Dubai, UAE. His current research interests are primarily related to business process management and social computing. Maamar has a PhD in computer science from Laval University in Quebec City, Canada.

Contact : François Trahay <francois.trahay@telecom-sudparis.eu>