Management by Business Process A Managerial Perspective of People, Process, and Technology

This textbook presents an integrated view of three themes relevant to the operationalization of Management by Business Process (M-B-BP): people, process, and technology. Whereas most Business Process Management (BPM) textbooks focus on software technology issues and ontological standards for the int...

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Main Author: De Sordi, José Osvaldo
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cham Palgrave Macmillan 2023, 2023
Edition:1st ed. 2023
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Collection: Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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505 0 |a Chapter 1 - Introduction to the administrative approach to process management -- Chapter 2 - Discerning between functional management and business process management -- Chapter 3 - Management by Business Process Technical Vocabulary -- Chapter 4 - Ontologies and Techniques for Business Process Specification -- Chapter 5 - Approach to Management by Business Process (MBP) -- Chapter 6 - Process management and the attractiveness of jobs -- Chapter 7 - Technologies in support of management by business processes -- Chapter 8 - The role of professionals and the area of management by processes -- Chapter 9 - Organization as a business process -- Chapter 10 - Impact of the Management by Business Processes in the structural variables of the organization -- Chapter 11 - Maturity models for business process analysis -- Chapter 12 - Other demands of the business environment that drive the adoption of the MBP approach -- Chapter 13 – New technologies and new business demands in the MBP context 
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520 |a This textbook presents an integrated view of three themes relevant to the operationalization of Management by Business Process (M-B-BP): people, process, and technology. Whereas most Business Process Management (BPM) textbooks focus on software technology issues and ontological standards for the integration of various software layers, this book focuses on the managerial perspective, managerial decisions regarding the configurations of the company's structural variables that are most favorable to the best operationalization and evolution of the M-B-BP approach. Among the structural variables of the scope of managerial choices that support the discussion are: work specialization, work grouping, the chain of command, the extent of control, the decision process, and work formalization. To support businesses managed through an organizational structure oriented by business processes, it is essential that the manager has a set of knowledge, technical skills, and professional demeanor.  
520 |a This text focuses on these aspects, presenting: a) the theoretical foundation, describing the central concepts of the M-B-BP approach; b) the set of necessary techniques from different areas, describing and exemplifying those skills; and c) the required behaviors of managers and employees for structuring, operation, management, and continuous improvement of the organization's business processes. For students of M-B-BP, there are examples and cases that discuss business situations and themes to aid in grasping the material while at the end of the chapters there are reflection questions as well as lists of complementary material (articles, videos, web sites). They will gain an understanding of how to create a culture of improvement. The English translation of this book from its Portuguese original manuscript was done with the help of artificial intelligence (machine translation by the service provider DeepL.com). A subsequent human revision of the content was done by the author.  
520 |a José Osvaldo De Sordi is Lecturer/Researcher of the PhD Program in Business Management at Centro Universitário Campo Limpo Paulista (UNIFACCAMP), Brazil and Professor of the Administration course at Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP), Brazil. He has published 10 books, one of them focused on the Business Process Management. This book is a translation of an original German edition. The translation was done with the help of artificial intelligence (machine translation by the service DeepL.com). A subsequent human revision was done primarily in terms of content, so that the book will read stylistically differently from a conventional translation