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TI2002  Business Process Management  Versión en Español
CIP:  521201  Management Information Systems, General.
C - L - U: 3 - 0 - 8       
Programs: 9 ITIC05, 5 LATI05, 5 LSCA05, 4 LATI08, 5 ITIC08, 1 CIE09, 5 INT09, 4 LATI11, 6 ITIC11, 5 INT11, 1 CIE14
Prerequisites: ( TI1009 or AD1005 or CF1010 or CF1007 or AD1000 or OR1003 )
Equivalences: None.
Course objective:
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to apply a model for optimization of business processes which increases the efficiency and profitability of a company, through an analysis and modeling of the processes.
Suggested Bibliography:
TEXT BOOKS:
* Ould, Martyn A., 1948-, Business process management : a rigorous approach / Martyn A. Ould., , Tampa, FL : Meghan-Kiffer Press, c2005, Florida, c2005, eng, [0929652274],[1902505603],[9780929652276]
* Goetsch, David L, Effective change management : ten steps for technical professionals / David L. Goetsch James R. Richburg., 1st ed., Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson/Prentice Hall, c2005, New Jersey, c2005, eng, [0130485233]
* Laguna, Manuel, Business process modeling, simulation, and design / Manuel Laguna, Johan Marklund, , Upper Saddle River, NJ ; México : Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004, New Jersey, 2004, eng, [013091519X (rústica)]


Academic credentials required to teach the course:
    · Areas in which the academic degree is required (do not refer names of programs):

Master Degree in Information Systems Management; Master Degree in Computational Sciences; Master Degree in Information Technology.; Doctoral Degree in Information Systems Management; Doctoral Degree in Computational Sciences; Doctoral Degree in Information Technology.
CIP: 521201, 110701, 110103

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