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Título: Bpm 3.0
Título original: Bpm 3.0
Autor: Scheer AW, Klueckmann J
Resumen: Business Process Management (BPM) is an established management discipline. Since today's organizations expect every employee to think and act like an entrepreneur, i.e., like a manager, BPM is also increasingly becoming part of everyday operations. But merely adopting a process-based approach across the enterprise is not enough to enable BPM at every level. What is needed is a combination of organizational forms and technologies that support distributed BPM initiatives while simultaneously consolidating them company-wide. Every employee must be empowered to model and optimize their own processes. At the same time, the entire BPM community needs a platform that brings together all the individual initiatives. This is the only way to leverage the full potential of process-oriented management. In the following article, the authors describe the trends in BPM development that are turning users into process managers and supporting the creation of a BPM community
Idioma: Inglés     País: Germany     ISBN / ISSN: 0302-9743     Año: 2009
Tipo: Artículo
Área: Aplicación de las TIC > Redes sociales
Entidad: IDS Scheer AG, D-66115 Saarbrucken
Localización en fuente: Book Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume: 5701 Pages: 15-27
Descriptores: Business Process Management; Governance; Community; Crowdsourcing
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