Sunday, January 13, 2013

Chapter - Business Process Reengineering - 2013 Edition

Reengineering is a general philosophy that indicates that when a new technology appears, there is an opportunity to reengineer the systems. The cost involved in reengineering the system can be recovered through the cost savings or through the increased revenues. Business process reengineering (BPR) is one such reengineering initiative that was based on information technology and was focussed on data processing and communication. Reengineering advocates that the new technology has to be understood very well so that totally new processes can be designed by considering only inputs and outputs of the current system. Existing process should not be the basis or a constraint for the new process development.

Bibliography 2013

DOD BPR Assessment Model

Rebirth of reengineering

Business Process Change

The Current Reengineering Opportunity
Manufacturing Process Reengineering - 3D Printing

Future of America's manufacturing sector

Intelligent Manufacturing Innovation

Anyone can be a manufacturer

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