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Business Process Management: Alternative Views

March 3, 2011 No Comments

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/027980/business_process_m) has announced the addition of the “Business Process Management: Alternative Views” report to their offering.

This Cutter IT Journal special issue argues that business process management (BPM) is not just about swim lane charts; it is also about managing unpredictable processes, frequently changing rules, collective knowledge, and convergence with SOA. This issue reveals why BPM is a broad enterprise-level discipline worthy of executive attention.

Articles in this issue include:

Introduction: BPM’s Place in the Enterprise by Claude Baudoin.

BPM: It’s About Managing Change by David Wright. Discover a four-layer model (processes, services, rules, data) that allows business rules to assume a prominent place, and learn how business rule management becomes an instrument of change management.

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