Consultancy driven Business Process Re-engineering in Denmark and its impact on Organizations and Working Environment

Fred Manske, Christian Koch, Peter Vogelius

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    Abstract

    The articel present some interim results from a Danish research project on social constitution of BPR in Denmark and the consequences for working environment. The consultants play a key role in developing and promoting management concepts internationally. Also in the development and diffusion of BPR in Denmark consultants are central but they are in interaction with enterprises, professional associations, publishers, the press, a/o. Whether this interaction leads to a special national (e.g. Danish) variant of BPR. is an central question in the discussion, On the basis of it interviews with consultants it concluded that we can't identify any special Danish version of BPR informed by a sort of "Scandinavian tradition".
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationConsultancy driven Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) in Denmark and its impact on Organisations and Working Environment
    PublisherElsevier
    Publication date1998
    Pages897-903
    Publication statusPublished - 1998

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