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Module Reading List

Process Modelling, Benefits and Change, 2019/20
Ruth Evans
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Course textbooks

The following reading is recommended. Note that the subject area is rapidly changing and the following list is indicative only. It will be supplemented by discussion and further recommended reading throughout the module.

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Essential reading


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Further reading

Ambler, S. W., 2005.The elements of UML 2.0 style, Cambridge University Press, UK.

Ambler, S.W., 2004. The object primer : Agile Model-driven development with UML 2.0 3rd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bennett, S., McRobb, S., and Farmer, R., 2002. Object-Oriented Systems Analysis and Design Using UML. 2nd ed. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill.

Ward, J. and Daniel, E., 2012. Benefits management : how to increase the business value of your IT projects. Chichester: Wiley.

Or: Ward, J. and Daniel, E., 2006. Benefits management : delivering value from IS & IT investments . Oxford: John Wiley & Sons

Trusko B.E., Pexton, C., Harrington, H.J., and Gupta, P., 2007. Improving healthcare quality and cost with six sigma. Financial Times/ Prentice Hall

Sward, D. 2006. Measuring the business value of information technology : practical strategies for IT and business managers. Intel Press

This list was last updated on 19/08/2013