Business Process Management

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Business Process Management

The process by which a company seeks to align all its departments and activities toward the same goal. In general, this goal is to deliver the best product to customers or clients. Business process management aims for high efficiency, particularly by openness to new ideas in both information technology and human resources. BPM activities are divided into design, modeling, execution, monitoring and optimization. See also: Six Sigma.
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As mentioned before, the concept of story is one of the main concepts in Human Interaction Management.
We have addressed the limitations of e-mail as a collaborative platform and proposed a model based on a fragment of Human Interaction Management to counter these limitations as well as a means to implement this part of HIM in an organization.
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