The TEE (Transformation & Engineering of Enterprises) series of workshops is an evolution, and merger, of the successful PRET and AppEER workshops (which merged into TEE in 2013), as well as the LABEM and WEETM workshops (which merged into TEE in 2015). The TEE workshop series is actively supported by both the EE-Network and the CIAO! Network, and largely originates from these communities. As its name suggests, the focus of the TEE workshops is on Enterprise Transformation in general, and Enterprise Engineering in particular. The workshop typically attracts three types of papers:
  1. Regular scientific papers. This class of papers specifically also includes case studies, where such papers are expected to apply scientific protocols and rigour for data gathering and analysis.
  2. Research in progress papersThis class of papers involves initial research ideas, initial results, problem explorations, etc. 
  3. Case reports. These papers report on real world cases. These papers typically take a "practitioner's" perspective, and tend not to use formal scientific protocols. These papers provide interesting starting points for discussion and reflection during the conference.
In 2017, the TEE workshop will take place as an integral part of the EEWC conference, with the aim of possibly merging into EEWC in the future, bringing the broader scope of TEE, including its practice-driven research orientation, as well as its case reports, to the EEWC.