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Assessing the implementation and effectiveness of process management initiatives at technologically consistent firmsMichael H. Small, Mahmoud M. Yasin, Jafar Alavi
A firm may be considered to be technologically consistent if its manufacturing technology is appropriate for its segment of its industry. The purpose of this research is…
The aims of this article are to introduce a modularization framework and a method for the formation of modules.
The purpose of this paper is to carry out the business process re‐engineering (BPR) of a surgical ward in a hospital in order to improve the efficiency of the ward.
The purpose of this paper is to assess the service quality perceptions and expectations of international postgraduate students studying in selected Malaysian universities.
Social software emerges as an important and effective tool for customer knowledge management (CKM). However, the supporting role of social software in CKM is not well…
The general purpose of the paper is to improve supply chain (SC) responsiveness and agility by developing advanced planning and scheduling (APS) with collaboration process…
Identification of appropriate responsibilities and positions for business process management success: Seeking a valid and reliable frameworkYvonne Lederer Antonucci, Richard J. Goeke
Identifying appropriate responsibilities and positions needed for successful business process management (BPM) initiatives has become a challenge. Past research efforts…
A fuzzy multi‐objective balanced scorecard approach for selecting an optimal electronic business process management best practice (e‐BPMBP)Faramak Zandi, Madjid Tavana
The rapid intensification of the internet and electronic commerce diffusion has given rise to electronic business process management (e‐BPM) which enhances the overall…
Renamed from:Business Process Re-engineering & Management Journal
Online date, start – end:1997
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Professor Majed Al-Mashari