Jeroen Van Grondelle

Jeroen Van Grondelle
Hogeschool Utrecht · Research Centre for Technology and Innovation

MSc

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Introduction
Independent Innovator and Consultant, and Research Fellow and Lecturer at Utrecht University of Applied Sciences
Additional affiliations
May 2013 - present
Hogeschool Utrecht
Position
  • Research Associate
January 2013 - February 2014
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Position
  • Research Director

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Publications (22)
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Today’s business processes have to address many, complex requirements. Mass customization leads to personalized, contextual products being offered by governments and enterprises and, as a result, the business processes for selling and offering these products are divers and contextual as well. At the same time, regulations in the area of compliance...
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Managing and supporting the collaboration between different actors is key in any organizational context, whether of a hierarchical or a networked nature. In the networked context of ecosystems of service providers and other stakeholders, BPM is faced with different challenges than in a conventional hierarchical model, based on up front consolidatio...
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Though organizations are increasingly aware that the huge amounts of digital data that are being generated, both inside and outside the organization, offer many opportunities for service innovation, realizing the promise of big data is often not straightforward. Organizations are faced with many challenges, such as regulatory requirements, data col...
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In projects concerning big data, ethical questions need to be answered during the design process. In this paper the Value Sensitive Design method is applied in the context of data-driven health services aimed at disease prevention. It shows how Value Sensitive Design, with the use of a moral dialogue and an ethical matrix, can support the identific...
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The development of cloud services is rapidly transforming IT outsourcing. Highly standardized services are offered in elastic ways. Pricing models are shifting away from up front investments, allowing pay per use. In business process outsourcing (BPO), these business models are still less common and BPO services are often still implemented on a per...
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Language technology is used increasingly for providing speech and text-based interfaces to existing applications and services. However, a number of characteristics of today’s language technology make it hard to be adopted by non-linguistically skilled developers. In this paper, we propose a paradigm that conceptually scopes the coverage of the lang...
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Data processing applications often have non-experts as audience, which has led to an increasing interest into verbalizing data into natural language. However, verbalizations often focus on observed or predicted facts, while predictive technologies in addition generate information such as probabilities and confidence scores. This gives rise to data...
Technical Report
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When supporting front line employees, the required support is of a different nature than typical office work. In general, business processes delegate work to the most suitable person, defer execution if this person is not available and, in general, wait until all required information is available. This approach does not work when a single person ha...
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With Big Data technologies delivering predictive, real time analytics on production data of unparalleled volumes, offering these insights in an actionable way across the operation becomes critical. Constraint based business processes allow organizations to leverage big data analytics in their daily operations. Processes can be optimized based on th...
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Many organizations use business process management to manage and model their processes. Currently, flow-based process formalisms, such as BPMN, are considered the standard for modeling processes. However, recent literature describes several limitations of this type of formalism that can be solved by adopting a constraint-based formalism. To preserv...
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Organizations are, like our society in general, transitioning from consolidated, static, hierarchical models to dynamic, networked ways of working. Conventional flow-oriented business process management approaches were developed for the old model and struggle with these changing circumstances. This paper proposes a declarative approach to business...
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Organizations are struggling to choose from or combine the different business process management paradigms offered in today's BPM landscape, such as workflow management, dynamic case management and straight through processing. The field of declarative processes seems to be able to address this challenge by offering a unified approach to business pr...
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This paper presents a proposed approach to address risk and regulation management within the highly active and volatile financial domain by employing semantic based technologies within a collaborative networks environment. Firstly the problems and motivation are introduced, with accent on big data and high frequency trading issues that are creating...
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In today's business process management (BPM) marketplace, organi-In a series of research notes, Be In-formed's research director Jeroen van Grondelle shares his perspective on emerging challenges in the BPM field, and how they can be addressed by a paradigm shift towards declarative busi-ness processes. We welcome your ideas and suggestions on this...
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This paper presents an approach to multilingual ontology verbalisation of controlled language based on the Grammatical Framework (GF) and the lemon model. It addresses specific challenges that arise when classes are used to create a consensus-based conceptual framework, in which many parties individually contribute instances. The approach is presen...
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Involving domain experts in modeling is important when knowledge needs to be captured in a model and only domain experts can establish whether the models are correct. We have experienced that a natural language based representation of a model helps them to understand the semantics of a model and has advantages over a visual representation. Therefor...
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Today, governments and businesses have to deal with high degrees of complexity: The products they offer are highly individualized, there are many regulations they must comply with and all this has to be dealt with under a growing rate of change. Many organizations have tried to meet this challenge by reducing complexity, through the elimination of...
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With knowledge representation based technologies reaching the enterprise, involving business users in modeling is more important than ever. When primary processes and business decisions are driven by models, business knowledge needs to be captured and only business users can establish whether the models created are correct. A natural language base...
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Involving domain experts in modeling is important since knowledge needs to be captured in a model and only domain experts can establish whether themodels are correct.We have experienced that a nat- ural language based representation of a model helps them to understand the semantics of amodel and has advantages over a visual representation. Therefor...
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this paper requires the same number of operations but is a factor 3 to 5 slower in the sequential case, due to more complex operations.

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