MoRoCo 2013: Workshop on the Role of Models in Cooperation
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The MoRoCo 2013 workshop (http://moroco2013.wordpress.com) was held as a part of the 2013 ECSCW conference on computer supported cooperative work at Paphos, Cyprus

The MoRoCo 2013 workshop (http://moroco2013.wordpress.com) was held as a part of the 2013 ECSCW conference on computer supported cooperative work at Paphos, Cyprus

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  • 1. RUB MoRoCo 2013: Models and their Role in Collaboration Alexander Nolte1, Michael Prilla1, Peter Rittgen2, Stefan Oppl3 1 Information and Technology Management, University of Bochum, Germany 2 School of Business and IT, University of Borås, Sweden 3 Department of Business Information Systems, Johannes Kepler University of Linz, Austria 1
  • 2. RUB Introduction of the organizers 2 Michael Prilla CSCW, especially interfaces and functionality for seamless and habitual interaction with IS Alexander Nolte BPM, CSCW, HCI, focus on collaborative modeling Peter Rittgen BPM, CSCW, Collaborative modeling, focus on end-user participation Stefan Oppl Models as instruments to facilitate externalization and negotiation of work understanding
  • 3. RUB Idea & Scope • Using models and visualizations can be considered a common practice in modern organizations • Development, usage and maintenance of models requires the collaboration of various stakeholder • While only few people are involved in their development, models affect the work of a lot of people • Although they are produced with a lot of effort, they actual impact on people´s practice is mostly limited to experts 3  How to organize user involvement?  How to increase usage of models in practice?  How to sustain it?
  • 4. RUB Scope of the workshop • Explore current research and approaches on the relationship(s) between models and collaboration – Collaborative modeling – Interacting with models (involvement, motivation) – Using models for coordination and collaboration • Explore model usage in practice – Best-practices – Research on modeling and model usage • Build a research agenda and follow-up actions on this workshop 4
  • 5. RUB Schedule 5 Time Theme Tasks 09:00 – 09:15 Welcome and Introduction • What do you do, what do you expect from the workshop? 09:15 – 10:00 Keynote • Collaborative Modelling with Laymen: Factors and Conditions (Peter Rittgen) 10:00 – 10:30 Paper Session 1 (Stefan Oppl) • Using natural user-interfaces for collaborative process modelling in virtual environments (Erik Poppe, Jan Recker, Daniel Johnson and Ross Brown) • The Added Value of Collaborative Modeling for Legal Business Rule Management (Wim van Stokkum, Paul Heiner, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers and Hans Mulder) 10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break
  • 6. RUB Schedule 6 Time Theme Tasks 11:00 – 11:45 Paper Session 2.1 (Alexander Nolte) • Facilitating and Prompting of Collaborative Reflection of Process Models (Thomas Herrmann and Kai-Uwe Loser) • Collaborative Creativity: From Hand Drawn Sketches to Formal Domain Specific Models and Back Again (Christian Bartelt, Martin Vogel and Tim Warnecke) • Cooperation on Models and Models for Cooperation (Tom Gross and Christoph Beckmann) 11:45 – 11:55 Short Break 11:55 – 12:40 Paper Session 2.2 (Michael Prilla) • Towards Role-distributed Collaborative Business Process Elicitation (Stefan Oppl) • Operationalizing Dialogue Games for Collaborative Modeling (Stijn Hoppenbrouwers, Rob Thijssen and Jan Vogels) • Beyond Collaborative Model Usage and Development – A Model Lifecycle Approach for Lay User Modeling (Alexander Nolte and Michael Prilla) 12:40 – 14:00 Lunch Break
  • 7. RUB Schedule 7 Time Theme Tasks 14:00 – 15:30 Interactive Session 1 • Form 2 groups and develop a model collaboration lifecycle • Come back together at 15:15 15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break 16:00 – 17:00 Interactive Session 2 • Form 2 groups and discuss means of model collaboration research • Come back together at 16:45 17:00 – 18:00 Wrap up at the pool deck • Follow up activities (i.e. joint publication) • Follow up workshop • Organize dinner together
  • 8. RUB 10 minutes of presentation Your presentation should provide a reason for: • why your topic should be included into the special issue and • how your work contributes to the field. 5 minutes of questions Interaction in the afternoon 8 Let´s start with your presentation. Here are the rules
  • 9. RUB Interactive session 1 • Split into two groups: • Develop and discuss a model collaboration lifecycle • Align your tools and approaches to the lifecycle • Re-Introduce your approach to each other • Find and document • Commonalities • Complementary differences • Contradictory differences • Open issues • Come together again for results presentation at 15:15 9
  • 10. RUB Interactive session 2 • Split into two groups: • Discuss means for model collaboration research (Research questions, directions and measures) • Re-Introduce your approach to each other • Find and document • Commonalities • Complementary differences • Contradictory differences • Open issues • Come together again for results presentation at 16:45 10
  • 11. RUB Special Issue in International Journal of e-Collaboration • Special issue containing results of the last workshop at ECSCW 2011 will appear soon (Q4 2013) • Table of contents: • Collaborative Usage and Development of Models: State of the Art, Challenges and Opportunities • From Dialogue Games to m-ThinkLets: Overview and Synthesis of a Collaborative Modeling Approach (Stijn Hoppenbrouwers and Wim van Stokkum) • Anyone can use models: Potentials, requirements and support for non-expert model interaction (Alexander Nolte and Michael Prilla) • Group Consensus in Business Process Modeling – A Measure and Its Application (Peter Rittgen) 11
  • 12. RUB Closing remarks – How to follow up on this workshop? • Continue the workshop series • Ideas for conferences? • COOP, NordiCHI, CAISE, ECIS, ICIS, Group • Other ideas? • Establish as a group with people from CSCW and BPM to jointly continue working on this topic • Create a working space to collect collaboration ideas • Joint journal publication vs. special issue 12
  • 13. RUB Closing remarks – How did you like the workshop? 13