Participate in a BPM Research Survey

Strangely, this message was sent to the BPM Arena Google Group on December 7th, but just delivered to my email this morning. Two students from the University of Applied Sciences
Ravensburg – Weingarten are doing a research survey about BPM usage, and are looking for participants.

I realize that many people have left for the holidays already, but if you haven’t, you probably have plenty of time to take the 15 minutes required to fill it out. Spread the Christmas cheer, and help a couple of students with their research:

We are 2 Bachelor students from the University of Applied Sciences
Ravensburg – Weingarten in Germany.

In cooperation with the Technical University of Eindhoven
(Netherlands), we are performing a study, in which we analyze possible
correlations between organizational characteristics and the success of
BPM projects.

In order to analyze selected issues, we decided to conduct an online

We write you today to ask you to participate in this survey if you
have experiences in using  BPM technologies or if you have
participated in BPM projects. Almost all questions are simple
multiple choice questions.

Their answering should not last more than 15 minutes. The
questionnaire is available via the following link:

The survey is online until Christmas 2009. The evaluation of the
survey results is anonymous.

Each participant that denounces a valid email address will get a free
report that summarizes major results of the survey. This report will
be sent to the participants in March 2010.

If you have questions regarding the study, feel free to contact us by
email to:
[email protected]  and [email protected]

We would be very grateful if you would help us with our study.

Thanks in advance for your support and kind regards.

Edgar Rot and Christian Waibel

As they mention in their email, if you include your email address when filling out the survey, you’ll receive a summary of the survey results.

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