A Survey on Educational Processes Based on Agile, BPM, and PM


  • Nisseb Bergaoui
  • Sonia Ayachi Ghannouchi


It is crucial to combine different approaches to adapt to the diverse and changing needs of learners. Hence, the need to define a global approach that facilitates dealing with different contexts characterizing the new generations of learners. Our main objectives are to encourage and motivate learners to effectively develop their knowledge, skills, and culture while ensuring a continuous and adaptive improvement of learning processes and associated strategies, thanks to the adaptability of the learning process in intelligent education. We conducted a survey paper according to the PRISMA method, which facilitated the search and selection of related works by making them more objective and concise. More precisely, our survey focused on published works related to the three domains Agility, BPM, and PM whose common point is that they can be applied to any domain based on processes. But in our research study, we are only interested in the educational processes, and how these three domains can contribute to improve them. Based on the results found, we propose a global framework fostering the agile adaptive learning processes.


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Nisseb Bergaoui, & Sonia Ayachi Ghannouchi. (2024). A Survey on Educational Processes Based on Agile, BPM, and PM . International Journal of Computer Information Systems and Industrial Management Applications, 16(2), 14. Retrieved from https://cspub-ijcisim.org/index.php/ijcisim/article/view/629



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