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The BPM Handbook is available


Jan vom Brocke and Michael Rosemann presented their BPM Handbook at the BPM Conference in Hoboken, NJ, which is published at Springer just in time for semester start. Among the more than 100 authors are international actors, such as Tom Davenport, Michael Hammer and Geary Rummler, as well as designated German-speaking BPM experts. Also case studies of international companies such as Hilti, Lufthansa and SAP are included.

Jan vom Brocke and Michael Rosemann presented their BPM Handbook at the BPM Conference in Hoboken, NJ, which is published at Springer just in time for semester start. Among the more than 100 authors are international actors, such as Tom Davenport, Michael Hammer and Geary Rummler, as well as designated German-speaking BPM experts. Also case studies of international companies such as Hilti, Lufthansa and SAP are included.

The book presents on more than 1,500 pages the state-of-the-art of research in BPM and shows what companies need to consider in order to anchor BPM expertise in the organization. Compared to other contributions, the book is particularly characterized by the holistic BPM approach, which not only takes "IT" and "Modeling", but also factors such as "Strategic Alignment", "Governance", "People" and "Culture" into account.

Jim Champy: "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."

At Amazon.com: “This is really the most comprehensive and up-to-date source on BPM I have seen so far. All top shots are in there, such as Michael Hammer, Tom Davenport, Paul Harmon, Andrew Spanyi and Geary Rummler, just to name a few. […] All in all, great read and very recommended!”

Further information: www.bpm-handbook.com