Workflow Modeling: Tools for Process Improvement and Application Development

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Artech House, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 345 pages
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Efficient workflow throughout an organization is of vital importance in today's competitive marketplace. This hands-on book teaches you how to visually model the current workflow process to show where redesign will provide the greatest improvement. Bringing together the two disciplines of management and information technology, the methodology involves framing and identifying the business process, modeling and understanding the current process, designing and assessing improvements to the workflow process, and developing use case scenarios by describing the interactions between process workers and the system. Real-world examples, clear summaries, and project checklists are included to make this text a practical on-the-job guide for everyday use.

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Very clear process modeling and improvement textbook. Great examples. Easy to implement Read full review

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I found this to be a very easy to understand the purpose and function of process mapping. One of the best resources I found that was easy to translate to my business needs. Read full review

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Patrick McDermott has more than 20 years of computer industry experience as a programmer, analyst, developer, manger, and trainer. He currently teaches seminars on the Y2K Problem, and also runs his own consulting firm in California, where he specializes in Y2K Problem training.

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