Fifteen patterns for putting human resources first.
Goel, K., Fehrer, T., Röglinger, M., & Wynn, M. T. (2023). Not Here, But There: Human Resource Allocation Patterns. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 377–394). read
The paper introduces 15 human resource allocation patterns grouped into five categories—resource capability, utilisation, reorganisation, productivity, and collaboration. These patterns offer structured guidance for assigning people to tasks, taking into account performance considerations like time, cost, quality, and flexibility. The patterns are derived from a two-phase approach involving literature review and expert interviews.
Literature review to identify pattern sources in 15 years of BPM conference proceedings, and the databases ABI INFORM, EBSCOhost, ScienceDirect, JSTOR, and Google Scholar. Out of 848 search results, we identified 39 relevant papers
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