Book review by TARANEON

In contrast to other publications on the topic which fail to evenly balance the business and IT aspects and tend put to readers off by either being too abstract of too technical, this book manages to successfully walk that fine line. Alex leads the reader from the basic premises of BPM as a business discipline to the development of an architectual framework which – as he says in the introduction – ‘is not about how to make your products better, different or more attractive for the market place – this is for you to decide. What we offer is to help you reduce the overheads in doing so …’

See the full review at http://www.news.taraneon.com/?page_id=97


No comments: