English, Article edition: ENTERPRISE PROCESS INNOVATION â THE INGREDIENTS ARE WELL KNOWN, BUT WHAT IS THE RECIPE? THOMAS N. DUENING

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  • ENTERPRISE PROCESS INNOVATION â THE INGREDIENTS ARE WELL KNOWN, BUT WHAT IS THE RECIPE?
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  • THOMAS N. DUENING
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  • Too many enterprise innovation efforts, including those focused on enterprise process innovation (EPI), have led to underwhelming results. The growing list of ingredients for EPI are well known, well studied, and widely practiced. What is less often the topic of scholarly research is the question of how to mix these ingredients into a customized recipe for a specific enterprise. Further research into the variables that correlate with effective EPI recipes is called for, with an emphasis on meta-tool creation to enable managers to make informed decisions about the right ingredient mixture for their specific EPI challenges.
  • Enterprise process innovation, paradigm, best practice, benchmark, reasoning by analogy, Six Sigma, lean, business model
  • RePEc:wsi:ijitmx:v:04:y:2007:i:01:p:87-101
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