Books for the Business Analyst


Thinking in Processes

Thinking in Processes
Statistics: 3580 Views // 0 Comments // Article Rating

Author: Peter Matthijssen
Filesize: 2860 KB
ASIN: B00ABNEPP2

Business Process Management (BPM) is HOT! Plenty of books are written about it. Often these books are thick and they focus on specific parts of the field. If you quickly want to get a complete overview of BPM, then this book is for you. It helps you to explore the possibilities of BPM within your organization. Moreover, the book is packed with practical tips and best practices. It will help you to implement BPM successfully into your organization.

Central questions:
- What is process thinking?
- Why is process thinking powerful?
- What is BPM?
- How does BPM relate to: People? Strategy? ICT? Models? Enterprise Architecture? The management?
- What is the business case for BPM?
- Which working levels can we distinguish for BPM?
- How can you get started with BPM?

Foreword by Roger T. Burlton - Chief Consultant BPTrends.com
If you are new to process work this book is certain to give you a foundation for understanding what the buzz has been and still is about. If you are a process improvement practitioner there are sets of simple steps to guide you. If you are a manager you will discover what is needed for your processes to become better, faster and cheaper using a straightforward approach that works. I thank Peter for this contribution. It will add tremendous value to the ever growing body of business process knowledge

Table of contents:

Part 1 Thinking in Processes
- What is a process?
- The process view
- Business Process Management
- BPM: People versus Technique
- BPM: Processes and IT
- BPM: The surroundings of the process
- Levels of BPM
- BPM and management
- BPM and process models
- BPM for whom?
- BPM and Enterprise Architecture
- The business case of BPM
- Conclusion

Part 2 Process Control
- Introduction
- When to do process control?
- Approach for Process Control
- Getting started with process control

Part 3 Process Improvement
- Introduction
- When to improve processes?
- Methods for process improvement
- Best practice approach process improvement
- Getting started with process improvement

Part 4 Process Design
- Introduction
- When should we design processes?
- Overview of the BPE method for process design
- Approach for process design
- COPAFIJTH-broad design
- Getting started with process design

COMMENTS

Only registered users may post comments.

Want to Add a Book?

Think we are missing a book for the Business Analyst or Systems Analyst? TELL US! WE'LL ADD IT!
Enter your Email address
Enter your Name
Enter your message
Send

 




More BA Books

PMI-PBA Certification Study Guide PMI-PBA Certification Study GuideRichard and Elizabeth Larson have written the definitive PMI-PBA Certification Study Guide. The PMI-...


Use Cases: Patterns and Blueprints (Software Patterns Series) Use Cases: Patterns and Blueprints (Software Patterns Series)This book brings together dozens of proven patterns for creating use cases that more accurately refl...


The Unified Software Development Process (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series) The Unified Software Development Process (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series)This landmark book provides a thorough overview of the Unified Process for software development, wit...


How to be a Contract Business Analyst How to be a Contract Business AnalystInterested in pursuing contract positions but not sure where to start? Just landed your first contra...


IT Doesn't Matter-BusiIT Doesn't Matter-Business Processes Do: A Critical Analysis of Nicholas Carr's I.T. Article in the Harvard Business Review IT Doesn't Matter-BusiIT Doesn't Matter-Business Processes Do: A Critical Analysis of Nicholas Carr's I.T. Article in the Harvard Business Review You’ve no doubt seen or heard talk of "IT Doesn’t Matter" in the May 2003 issue of Harvard Bus...


Featured Digital Library Resources 
Copyright 2006-2018 by Modern Analyst Media LLC