Subject: knowledge management; business process modeling; business rules; public sector; Ministry of Finance; Corporate Modeler
This paper analyses the relationship between business process modelling, knowledge management and information systems development projects. The paper’s main objective is to present business rules as the encoded knowledge of corporate business practices. Further, it intr... View more
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