Sep. 22 - SIS Combining a SIS with structural changes in an...

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New Systems Before an organization can deploy new systems well, its people, structure, and processes must be capable of adapting well to change. Mismanagement Bad Business model cannot be overcome by good information system 2-19 Business Process Reengineering BPR To implement an SIS and achieve a competitive advantage, organization must rethink the entire way in which it operates. Goal of Re-Engineering is to achieve efficiency leaps of 100 percent. 2-20; 2-21; 2-23 Major Reengineering Activities Redesign of Processes From Mass Production to Mass Customization Cycle Time Reduction Cycle Time Cycle time refers to the time it takes to complete a business process from beginning to end.
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Unformatted text preview: SIS Combining a SIS with structural changes in an organization can provide a strategic advantage. Simulation is essential for supporting the modeling activities of BPR Mass customization is to produce large volume of customized products. Six Sigma A comprehensive and flexible System for achieving, sustaining and maximizing business success. Six Sigma Six Sigmas target for perfection Is the achievement of no more than 3.4 defects, errors, or mistakes per million opportunities. 2-9; 2-10; 2-11; 2-12;...
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Sep. 22 - SIS Combining a SIS with structural changes in an...

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