This makes me thinking of BPM-Software. Seems, even big vendors of this technology do not understand it. As you may see from the following observations:
Lack of understanding #1
Though computer-technology, obviously, can only be used for automating the operation of already existing automatons BPM-protagonists do not understand that for applying computer technology to HR-management, they must, first of all, identify corresponding automatons, whose handling could possibly be automated.
Lack of understanding #2
BPM-protagonists do not understand that the processes to which they want apply computer technology simply do not exist at all.
Lack of understanding #3
Furthermore, BPM-protagonists do not understand that the kind of processes they have in mind and want to model, merely reflect there strange kind of looking at collaboration inside a company.
Lack of understanding #4
Finally, BPM-protagonists do not understand that changing present collaboration management to business-process management would amount to bringing corporate collaboration under the principle of planning-economy referring to the deceased Soviet Union.
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