Matching Process Requirements to Learning Objectives

Resource type
Conference
Author(s)
Christoph Becker and Thomas Schuster
Year
2013
No.
161
Pages
76-84
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Series
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
Address
Gdansk, Poland
Book title
Information Systems: Development, Learning, Security
Editor
Stanislaw Wrycza (Ed.)
Abstract
Rapidly altering market requirements foster shortened evolution cycles of business processes. Regarding human resources these requirements can be integrated in business process models by usage of capability descriptions. Matching these descriptions with pre-existing profiles of human resources is reasonable. In this article an innovative approach for efficient management of further education in alignment to business process requirements will be introduced. Areas for improvement can be revealed by using enhanced modelling methods that allow the calculation of requirements for the execution of business process tasks. In order to enable the allocation of learning modules according to capability gaps this article presents a formalized representation for learning objectives of further education modules. Furthermore an algorithmic technique that matches learning objectives to capability descriptions to improve cost efficient selection of further education modules is proposed. In consequence this method enables an improved allocation of appropriate further education modules and forms the basis for automated decision support.
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