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An IDEF0 model contains information describing how an organization executes its business processes. Describes how informa‐ tion from IDEF0 process models can be used to support execution of knowledge worker business processes via an automated system called the knowledge worker system (KWS). KWS...
Indicates that business process re‐engineering (BPR) is becoming more widely adopted within hospital and healthcare organizations. However, process management in a public sector and healthcare context raises particular problems. Shows that a European Commission supported project has examined the...
Provides a case study that describes the successful re‐engineering of the project management process of the Hydro‐Electric Corporation (HEC) through workflow technology. Documents the background leading to the development of a workflow project management system and its adoption, and concludes...
Examines the wide range of business process analysis/modelling (BPA/M) tools available, and compares the features of 12 specific tools. Presents two case studies with examples of software tool analysis results. The discussion addresses whether these tools meet the needs of managers of change and...
Describes how a group of organizations (consultants, companies and universities) in Houston, Texas, USA created an informal yet organized forum for sharing information, case studies, tools, and methodologies in the area of business process re‐engineering (BPR) to learn from one another’s...
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