MIT Sloan School - Center for Coordination
Managing Editor of the Process Handbook
George Herman has been on the research staff at
the Center for Coordination Science since 1996 working on the Process Handbook
is the Managing Editor for the contents of this process knowledge repository. Prior to working at MIT, he worked at Digital Equipment Corporation
for 18 years mostly as a Logistics Information Systems Manager. He received his BS and MS in Management from the Sloan School in 1975.
The Process Handbook is an online repository of business processes that uses two novel concepts, those of specialization and dependencies. I am the primary author and editor of all entries in the Handbook, which number about 5,000 as of February 2001
Last Revised: 20 February 2001