A demonstration of the application of dynamically generated workflows to the management of a network environment is presented. A proposed workflow management framework (WMF) uses dynamically generated workflows to control the managed environment. Exception detection and handling in the workflow generation produce recommendations for mitigating incidents that might occur. The key features of the proposed WMF are its ease of implementation, flexibility and scalability. These features facilitate a quick response by the definition of new recommendations in the form of a workflow that can be executed in a controlled environment. The effectiveness of these recommendations can be assessed through feedback from the managed environment.