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41188 Enterprise Process Management

6cp; 3hpw, on campus

Fields of practice: Information Systems


Undergraduate

Description

This subject introduces contemporary enterprise process management in any organisational context, with the main emphasis on process-centric value creation. Building upon Business Process Management (BPM), the subject extends the process management beyond business and equips the students to apply their knowledge and skills to a variety of problems within and beyond any type of organisation in a variety of domains (eg health, education, transportation, humanitarian aid, disaster management and so on). Students develop a detailed understanding of the concepts, strategies, tools and technologies required for modelling, analysis, design, improvement, integration, performance measurement and governance of enterprise processes (both intra- and inter-enterprise) in any organisational and/or value chain context and relevant industry standards. Students develop practical skills in modelling, redesigning and improving enterprise processes using various BPM software tools/suites.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus


Detailed subject description.

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