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In this way any BPC manager should be able to recognize the implications of the guidelines, and should therefore be enforced to apply and visualize the opportunities for BPC by applying the guidelines in his or her own BPC project. These guidelines should be formulated in terms of imperatives, which ultimately, after refinement and testing, could become “precepts of BPC” (see Davenport & Stoddard, 1994, p. 126). In this paper I want to make a contribution in the search for these BPC guidelines.
Advanced Topics in Information Resources Management Series, Vol. 1 by Mehdi Khosrowpour