The book presents various facets of business process management from the perspective of the participants, and introduces a selection of models that have proved useful in practice. The design of such models supports the transition from a more-or-less unstructured or unsatisfactory way of working to a structured process that corresponds to the ideas of the company and its customers. The book is intended for professionals in industry as well as students in the field of business information systems who are looking for guidelines on how to discover, create and implement real-world processes.
Features and Benefits
Presents an overview of process management, explaining it step by step, and highlighting the role of all stakeholders in the processIntroduces a selection of models that have proved useful in practice to discover, create, and implement real-world processesDiscusses the transition from a more-or-less unstructured or unsatisfactory way of working to a structured process that corresponds to the ideas of a company and its customers
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