Business Process Improvement Through E-Collaboration: Knowledge Sharing Through the Use of Virtual Groups: Knowledge Sharing Through the Use of Virtual Groups
Business Process Improvement Through E-Collaboration: Knowledge Sharing Through the Use of Virtual Groups is written around two main theses. The first is that business process improvement, a key element of the most influential management movements since the 1980s, can itself be considerably improved by the use of information technology. The second is that process improvement affects organizational knowledge sharing in a non-linear way, and that the use of e-collaboration technologies can boost this influence by increasing the breadth and speed of knowledge dissemination in organizations.
Business Process Improvement Through E-Collaboration: Knowledge Sharing Through the Use of Virtual Groups discusses key findings in connection with effects of e-collaboration technologies on business process improvement groups, making this book an important tool for academia and businesses everywhere.
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Chapter III What is a Business Process?
Chapter IV Data Information and Knowledge
Chapter V Business Process Improvement and Knowledge Sharing
Chapter VI The Effects of ECollaboration Technologies on Groups
Chapter VII The ECollaboration Paradox
Chapter VIII Successful Business Process Improvement through ECollaboration
Chapter X Using MetaProi to Improve Business Processes
Chapter XI A Close Look at Twelve Business Process Improvement Groups
Statistics for Those Who Hate Statistics
About the Author
Chapter IX Some Realistic Recommendations for Organizations