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A self-perpetuating design

by Tony Saldanha and Filippo Passerini
Indian Management November 2023

Changing business processes creates new organisational rituals, which leads to a changed culture. The exciting result of this approach is to create the ultimate, self-perpetuating business process design.

Tony Saldanha Tony Saldanha is CEO/co-founder, Inixia. Tony is also co-author, Revolutionizing Business Operations: How to Build Dynamic Processes for Enduring Competitive Advantage.

Filippo Passerini Flippo Passerini’s is co-founder, Inixia. Filippo is also co-author, Revolutionizing Business Operations: How to Build Dynamic Processes for Enduring Competitive Advantage.

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