How to Succeed As a Process Professional: A Practitioner's Guide

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CreateSpace, Sep 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 84 pages
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This book provides practical insights into challenges faced by process professionals and how to overcome them to attain success. This is a revised edition of the book with some editorial changes and enhanced content.

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If you are looking for practical techniques and useful know-how about Process Management this is the right book for you to read.
Decision making parameters, strategies, metrics and social aspects
of Process Management has been clearly described and followed by real practical examples. These secrets can be revealed only through years of experience.
Unlike some books which are hard to start [specifically first 10 pages] this book has a straightforward and logical start with a high-level point of view, enabling readers to follow and learn Author's ideas and finish reading the book easily. This book is eloquent, cursive and understandable and includes notable experience on Business Process Improvement and Business Process Re-engineering that cannot be found in academic books.
Thanks to Aditi for sharing her knowledge with us.
 

About the author (2011)

Aditi Chopra is a process consultant and an inspiring leader in the software industry. Aditi has led numerous process improvement and organizational change management initiatives.

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