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Sigma
in
today's
world
include
call
centers,
customer
support,
supply
chain
 management
and
project
management.
 
 
 
 
 Business
process
reengineering
 Business
process
reengineering
(BPR)
is,
in
computer
science
and
management,
an
approach
aiming
 at
improvements
by
means
of
elevating
efficiency
and
effectiveness
of
thebusiness
process
that
exist
 within
 and
 across
 organizations.
 The
 key
 to
 BPR
 is
 for
 organizations
 to
 look
 at
 their
 business
 processes
 from
 a
 "clean
 slate"
 perspective
 and
 determine
 how
 they
 can
 best
 construct
 these
 processes
to
improve
how
they
conduct
business.
 Business
 process
 reengineering
 is
 also
 known
 as
 BPR,
 Business
 Process
 Redesign,
 Business
 Transformation,
 or
 Business
 Process
 Change
 Management.
 It
 is
 the
 radical
redesign
of
 an
organization's
processes,
 especially
 its
business
 processes.
 Rather
 than
 organizing
 a
 firm
 into
 functional
 specialties
 (like
 production,
 accounting,
 marketing,
 etc.)
 and
 considering
 the
 tasks
 that
 each
function
performs;
complete
processes
f...
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This document was uploaded on 03/22/2014.

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