Definitions for "BPR"
Business Process Reengineering. A methodology for process improvement comprising a study of the "As-Is" state of the process and then the development and implementation of process changes, leading to the "To-Be" state of the process, together with policy changes, organisational structure changes and a variety of other "interventions".
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Business Process Reengineering. A systematic, disciplined improvement approach that critically examines, rethinks, and redesigns, and implements the redesigned mission-delivery pro-cesses to achieve dramatic improvements in performance in areas important to customers and other stakeholders. BPR is also referred to by such terms as business process improvement (BPI) or business process development, and business process redesign. While the term can be applied to incremental process improvement effort, it is more commonly and increasingly associated with dramatic or radical overhauls of existing business processes.
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