Management Strategies

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    A Business Process Management Architecture

    This paper proposes architecture for describing, analyzing, designing, and modifying business processes. The architecture provides a conceptual framework for viewing business processes at the highest level. However, the architecture is not limited to a high-level or conceptual view of business. It maps with technical rigor into the detail of business...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Business Rules for Object-Oriented Projects

    Managers and developers adopt object-oriented techniques, not for the benefits of the new technology, but for protection against the weaknesses of the old technology. They are usually seeking refuge from the overwhelming complexity and rigidity of first-generation client server technology. Whether they actually find a safe haven depends very much...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Process Integration Issues

    Most businesses organize their operations into multiple, concurrent operating processes. Often, these processes cut across traditional organizational boundaries such as departments or divisions. There are significant advantages to these cross-functional processes because there is a more natural relationship between the different work steps, especially in terms of relationships that impact...

    Provided By Management Strategies

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    A Business Process Management Architecture

    This paper proposes architecture for describing, analyzing, designing, and modifying business processes. The architecture provides a conceptual framework for viewing business processes at the highest level. However, the architecture is not limited to a high-level or conceptual view of business. It maps with technical rigor into the detail of business...

    Provided By Management Strategies

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Business Rules for Object-Oriented Projects

    Managers and developers adopt object-oriented techniques, not for the benefits of the new technology, but for protection against the weaknesses of the old technology. They are usually seeking refuge from the overwhelming complexity and rigidity of first-generation client server technology. Whether they actually find a safe haven depends very much...

    Provided By Management Strategies

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Process Integration Issues

    Most businesses organize their operations into multiple, concurrent operating processes. Often, these processes cut across traditional organizational boundaries such as departments or divisions. There are significant advantages to these cross-functional processes because there is a more natural relationship between the different work steps, especially in terms of relationships that impact...

    Provided By Management Strategies