Workflow Management: Models, Methods, and Systems


This book offers a comprehensive introduction to workflow management, the management of business processes with information technology. By defining, analyzing, and redesigning an organization's resources and operations, workflow management systems ensure that the right information reaches the right person or computer application at the right time. The book provides a basic overview of workflow terminology and organization, as well as detailed coverage of workflow modeling with Petri nets. Because Petri nets make definitions easier to understand for nonexperts, they facilitate communication between designers and users. The book includes a chapter of case studies, review exercises, and a glossary. A special Web site developed by the authors,, features animation, interactive examples, lecture materials, exercises and solutions, relevant links, and other valuable resources for the classroom.


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Nutzerbericht  - pamar - LibraryThing

2 stars come mostly from the fact that the book was translated in English in 2002, and therefore it describes Workflow and Businness Process redesign in term which are definitely "old". It may have ... Vollständige Rezension lesen


Organizing Workflows
Management of Workflows
Analyzing Workflows
Functions and Architecture of Workflow Systems
Sagitta 2000 Case Study
Workflow Theory

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Beliebte Passagen

Seite 361 - Proceedings of the llth International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE '99), volume 1626 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 195-209.
Seite 362 - WMP van der Aalst. Loosely coupled interorganizational workflows: Modeling and analyzing workflows crossing organizational boundaries.

Über den Autor (2004)

Kees van Hee is Professor of Computing Science at Eindhoven University of Technology and Chairman of the Board of Deloitte & Touche Bakkenist.

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