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Quality-Oriented Design of Business Processes

  • Kai Mertins
  • Roland Jochem

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xv
  2. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 1-8
  3. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 9-15
  4. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 17-64
  5. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 89-105
  6. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 107-132
  7. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 133-160
  8. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 161-166
  9. Kai Mertins, Roland Jochem
    Pages 167-168
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 169-197

About this book

Introduction

Quality-Oriented Design of Business Processes introduces a modeling method, `Integrated Enterprise Modelling' (IEM), which is related to ISO standards and provides manufacturing organizations with the means of analyzing, improving, and redesigning their business processes. The purpose of the book is to improve the quality of products and organizational performance through optimizing complex business processes and organizational design.
Clearly, changing markets and innovative competitors force each company to study and improve its organization, its business processes, and the technologies it employs. Whoever drops behind in these times loses market share and endangers the long-term existence of the company. Hence, it is critical to realign the entire corporate planning and design throughout the value-added chain to speed up the business processes. The book is the result of a scientific study funded by the German Federal Ministry for Research and Technology. The authors develop the concept of Quality-Oriented Design of Business Processes, which is the underlying motivation for IEM. Moreover IEM is the engine for achieving the integration of quality management into the design and planning of business processes.
The book discusses the IEM method thoroughly and applies it to the concept of `Quality-Oriented Design of Business Processes' throughout the book. This concept is illustrated with an example of a company. Finally, the book describes the entry of the IEM method into national, European and international standardization.

Keywords

Manufacturing Nation business organization organizations planning

Authors and affiliations

  • Kai Mertins
    • 1
  • Roland Jochem
    • 1
  1. 1.Fraunhofer Institute IPK BerlinGermany

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