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The execution order of work steps within business processes is influenced by several factors, like the organizational position of performing agents, document flows or temporal dependencies. Process mining techniques are successfully used to discover execution orders from process execution logs automatically. However, the methods are mostly discovering the execution order of process steps without facing possible coherencies with other perspectives of business processes, i.e., other types of process execution data. In this paper, we propose a method to discover cross-perspective collaborative patterns in process logs and therefore strive for a genotypic analysis of recorded process data. For this purpose, we adapted the association rule mining algorithm to analyse execution logs. The resulting rules can be used for guiding users through collaborative process execution.