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Khosrow-Pour (editor-in-chief, Journal of Cases on Information Technology) presents 21 case studies of such organizational efforts intended to illustrate the pitfalls and opportunities of business process reengineering project implementation and management.
Lazarus continued the discussion of the transition to business process reengineering by stating that DSCA has examined 151 business processes and identified 45 issues to examine.
IBM and KPMG LLP will both provide business process reengineering and commercial supply chain best practices and experiences.
It was determined that three of the remaining four should be developed as longer term business process reengineering initiatives.
The company also recently introduced MAXIM, a Windows-based business process reengineering tool for widespread use by business people, business process reengineers and application developers.
An agile and prolific thinker, Tom has written or co-authored ten best-selling business books and has been a creator and early author for several key business ideas, including business process reengineering (on which he wrote or co-authored the first article, the first book, and the first casebook).
KnowledgeWare recently introduced MAXIM, a Windows-based business process reengineering tool for widespread use by business people, business process reengineers and application developers.
In addition, Accenture will lead a change management program across the PDMI user community, including DLA, its customers and industry; develop and conduct training for the PDMI community; and evaluate the Technical and Quality organizational structure in order to recommend business process reengineering improvements.