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Information technology (IT), in its myriad forms, is having a profound and palpable impact on IT users and their environments. Proposes and expounds on a framework of the roles of IT as an initiator, a facilitator, or an enabler. Illustrates the utilization of this framework by a review of the...
Describes a process model for processing client requirements, which was developed in response to the need for an appropriate framework for client requirements processing in construction. The model, which is represented using the IDEF-0 modelling method, draws from requirements processing...
Presents and supports a process‐centered model of undergraduate business education for the core business curriculum and business school management, consistent with the trend toward process‐managed organizations. This model conforms to calls from the public, academic community, and business...
Extends earlier work on the relationship between business process re-engineering (BPR) and human resource management (HRM). The previous work examined how closely HRM practices in organisations which had undergone BPR matched what the literature suggested. Presents the commonalities that emerged...
Explores the need for a business process re-engineering methodology and presents a critique of the existing methodologies. The identified weaknesses served as a basis for the development of a new eight-stage BPR methodology which was implemented and evaluated within three European construction...
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