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The result of this exercise is a set of visualized redesign patterns. These patterns help BPC participants to communicate more effectively and enable a more constructive dialogue (after Barrett, 1994, p. 17). This is illustrated with a case study in the sea transportation sector. The paper is organized as follows. An introduction to Business Process Change (BPC) is provided in the next section. Then the use of IT as enabler in BPC projects is described, followed by a discussion of how to conduct BPC projects, referred to as the methodology for BPC.
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