Dr. Michael Hammer is the leading exponent of the concept of reengineering. He was named by BusinessWeek as one of the four preeminent management gurus of the 1990s and by Time as one of America's 25 Most Influential Individuals. He lives in Massachusetts.
James Champy is chairman of Perot Systems consulting practice. He is a leading authority on organizational change and development and business strategy. He lives in Massachusetts.
I have read this book first time when I did a course in Business Process Reengineering.
The authors of this book have already issued their mea culpa for getting so much, so wrong, in the Wall Street Journal.
The authors present their case in a well-written manner and use frequent real world examples to great effect.
Not a new guide about Business process Reengineering.... Provides lots of samples of how reengineering is applied. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Juan De La Mora
I first read this book in 2001 The authors' reference to old rule, disruption, new rule is very effective in drawing clear conclusions across a wide range of issues.Published 5 months ago by William L. Mince
brilliantly written. while difficult to implement, I do believe that looking at a process end end, across silos is the way forwardPublished 10 months ago by @ravisharath
Great Book with practical applications applies to all types of Business.
A great book that goes along with Change Management
This is a wonderful product and works as advertised. I am very glad I purchased this product and would recommend this product to any person looking for a product like this. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bdawg
It was a school work, but was ok. Some things didn't apply like actual Kodak, and also reengineering is not always as a hole, but in a bit of a changePublished 19 months ago by Ricardo Durand Llamas
So many things have been written since this book that it almost seems useless to read THIS book. But I enjoy reading the original insights on occasion and connecting them with... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Insiderman