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  • G Miller
  • 1995
Business Process Reengineering (BPR) principles have been around for a long time, piecemeal and under other labels. In recent years they started coming together as a discipline, incorporating world class business principles and focusing on quantum improvements--not merely continuous gradual improvement. BPR is the complete or partial "reinventing" of how(More)
A panel of distinguished information technology executives describes how Web services, services computing, service-oriented architectures, and services-centric models are changing their organizations. The panelists are members of IT Professional Magazine's Advisory and Editorial Boards, and hold (or have held) C-level positions in government, industry, and(More)
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