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BPM handbook favourably received

The two-volume Handbook on Business Process Management was published in August 2010 by Professor Jan vom Brocke and Professor Michael Rosemann. Since then, the book with its approximately 1,400 pages has been very well received by the relevant experts and has established itself as a standard work on BPM.

The two-volume Handbook on Business Process Management was published in August 2010 by Professor Jan vom Brocke and Professor Michael Rosemann. Since then, the book with its approximately 1,400 pages has been very well received by the relevant experts and has established itself as a standard work on BPM.

This is also demonstrated by the current sales figures. Since its publication two years ago, more than 1,000 copies have been sold and more than 20,000 individual chapters have been downloaded.
  
The Handbook on Business Process Management reflects the current scope and maturity of the discipline business process management. More than 100 leading experts from science and industry describe and discuss the essential components of business process management, based on six factors: strategic alignment, governance, methods, information technology, requirements and training standards for staff and company  culture.
 
Jim Champy, one of the pioneers in process management and best-seller author of Reengineering the Corporation (by M. Hammer and J. Champy ), even described the book as the most comprehensive work on current business process management: “This handbook presents the most complete description of the competencies required for BPM and exhaustively describes what we have learned about process management in the last 20 years.”
  
Further information on the Handbook on Business Process Management can be found at www.bpm-handbook.com.