Ground rules for managing business process integration projects

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Bill Higgins

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: July 15, 2005

from The Rational Edge: Complex business process integration (BPI) projects can be challenging because different parts of the organization may follow different development processes and use different technologies and tools. This article suggests techniques for managing such projects along three fronts: organizational processes and tools, organizational structure, and requirements and change management processes.

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