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Business Process Engineering : Advancing the State of the Art

Author: D Jack Elzinga; Thomas R Gulledge; Chung-Yee Lee
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1999.
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The purpose of Business Process Engineering: Advancing the State of the Art is to outline the structure of Business Process Engineering (BPE), its practices, methods, and theory for implementing successful organization restructuring. BPE is the design and implementation of efficient and effective business processes, and the corresponding alignment of enabling information technologies and systems. The editors have  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: D Jack Elzinga; Thomas R Gulledge; Chung-Yee Lee
ISBN: 9781461550914 1461550912
OCLC Number: 851828642
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 391 pages)
Contents: 1: From Reengineering to Continuous Process Adaptation --
2: Process Ecology: A New Metaphor for Reengineering-Oriented Change --
3: Cross-Functional Process Integration and the Integrated Data Environment 43 --
4: Business Reengineering for Information Technology: From Business Process to System Requirements --
5: Delivering Results: Evolving BPR from Art to Engineering --
6: Market- and Product-Oriented Design of Business Processes --
7: A Configuration-Contingent Enterprise Redesign Model --
8: BPR Methodologies: Methods and Tools --
9: Knowledge-Based Reengineering of Business Processes: Leveraging the Power of Natural Language --
10: Simulation: A Key to Next Generation Manufacturing --
11: Defense Enterprise Planning and Management --
12: Supporting Business Process Reengineering in Industry: Towards a Methodology --
13: Dynamic Simulation in Business Process Redesign --
14: IBM®' s Approach to Reengineering, From a Development Reengineering Perspective --
15: Networking as an Enabler of Business Process Reengineering.
Responsibility: edited by D. Jack Elzinga, Thomas R. Gulledge, Chung-Yee Lee.

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Due to growing concern about the competitiveness of industry in the international marketplace and the efficiency ofgovernment enterprises, widespread initiatives are currently underway to enhance  Read more...

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