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The “Interior Design” (Part 1): Finding and Defining the Way to Generate Benefits and Purpose

  • Wolfgang LasslEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter focuses on the design of the (basic) systems 1, i.e., the operational processes. It discusses the key elements that need to be considered in a design process, namely the environmental variety, the eigen-variety, and the operational processes. From there, it shows how, by temporalizing the VSM, it can be related to business process maps—an aspect especially insightful to VSM experts.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Pure Management GroupViennaAustria

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