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Business Process Reengineering (BPR) Bangalore, 7 th September, 2007 What is BPR? Reengineering...the major reexamining and radical upgrade of business procedures to accomplish emotional enhancements in basic, contemporary measures
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Business Process Reengineering (BPR) Bangalore, 7 th September, 2007

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What is BPR? Reengineering...the principal reexamining and radical overhaul of business procedures to accomplish emotional enhancements in discriminating, contemporary measures of execution, for example, cost, quality, administration, and rate. — Reengineering the Corporation, Michael Hammer & James Champy BPR sways four measurements of an association – Process Technology Organization Structure People

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What is BPR? What it isn’t… What it is… Fundamental change in the way we work Revolutionary Leveraging best practices and empowering agents Multi-dimensional, incorporated arrangement Overlaying new programming on top of the same business forms Evolutionary Downsizing Merely rearranging and rebuilding Today firms must look for not partial, but rather multiplicative levels of change – 10X as opposed to 10%. Such radical levels of progress require intense new instruments that will encourage the crucial overhaul of work. - Process Innovation , Thomas H. Davenport

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What are the key drivers of BPR? Aggressive scene Response to changing customer desires Macro monetary elements … changes to the accessibility, expense and nature of inputs Regulatory changes

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Monitor and Improve Plan BPR Project BPR Approach Transition and Change Management Assess As – Is Processes Design To – Be Processes Approach

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Typical Success Factors Clear Vision – Focus on result Top Down Approach – Senior Leadership Commitment Project Scoping, Planning & Change Management Pilot the arrangement before full scale usage

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Typical Pitfalls Lack of Alignment amongst partners Lack of Communication meticulousness Incorrect estimation of the degree and effect of progress Solution not guided Emphasis on innovation over proc

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