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Goal-oriented Business Process Management
The trend toward more flexible ways of working, shorter organizational reaction times, and the ability to fully embrace market unpredictability, is a powerful

functional structure business management  A base system, providing functionality needed to meet the design goals. An autonomic controller, monitoring the base system and the external environment, and deciding and enacting self-management policies. The original focus of Autonomic Computing was on IT infrastructure, but the basic ideas apply to most systems and even to organizational entities. When the base system is an entire BPM system, the addition of an autonomic controller results in Autonomic Business Process Management. In autonomic BPM, as

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