(BPR) - a methodology that aims to reorganize work in order to increase productivity and/or decrease costs. Also known as BPR, it is often a companion or by-product of knowledge management initiatives. View records related to this term
Fundamental analysis and radical redesign of business processes and management systems to achieve dramatic change or performance improvement. BPR uses objective, quantitative methods and tools to analyze, redesign and transform business processes including their supporting organization structures, information systems, job responsibilities and performance standards.
Restructuring of all company activities to improve the service given to your customers.
The use of Information Technology to improve performance and cut costs to examine the goals of a firm and re-design business processes from the ground up.
Re-shaping of an organisation based on its key processes rather than its traditional functions. The tools of e-Commerce enable considerable flexibility in re-shaping structure and processes.
The fundamental rethinking and radical redesign of business processes to achieve dramatic organizational improvements.
The fundamental analysis and radical redesign of everything: business processes and management systems, job definitions, organizational structures and beliefs and behaviors to achieve dramatic performance improvements to meet contemporary requirements. Information technology (IT) is a key enabler in this process. Acronym: BPR
The analysis and redesign of business processes and management systems required by new technology, such as electronic commerce.