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Caitlin Vodopia 11/17/2010 How Process Enterprises Really Work Reengineering has helped to reshape attitudes of executives so that they no longer see discrete business units as having boundaries, but to see them as flexible intertwined work and information flows that serve the underlying purpose of delivering value to customers in a way that creates profits for shareholders. Texas Instruments is a very good example at successful process enterprise. In an effort to reduce time to market and costs, TI created functional teams with people from engineering, marketing, budget, etc. on teams who would be in charge of designing new products from start to finish. At first, however, this was not successful because the old functional units still held all the power, and there were conflicting orders being thrown around and confusion. To remedy this problem, TI redesigned their entire organization, so the product teams held their own power, and old functional units were reformed and given the new mission of
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course MGT 3510 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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