Restructuring and Business Process Reengineering

Business / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
An analysis of what is a radical restructuring of a business process to dramatically improve the service level, reduce the total process time, activity cost, inventory cost, and waiting time of a process or of an entire organization.

“BPR is essentially a radical restructuring of a business process to dramatically improve the service level, reduce the total process time, activity cost, inventory cost, and waiting time of a process or of an entire organization. One of the major components of BPR is to eliminate all non-value-added activities in the business process. Some of the activities, according to Kevin Tumays’ article, include: `combining duplicate activities, eliminating multiple reviews and approvals, the reduction of batch sizes, outsourcing inefficient activities, eliminating movement of work, and organizing multi-functional teams.`


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