Phases of business process reengineering, Business Management

According to perter F. Drucker Reengineering is new and it has to be done. The tasks experts agree upon to successfully perform BPR can be grouped into seven steps or phases. All successful BPR projects being with the most critical requirement communication throughout the organization.

1. Begin Organization Change
2. Building the Reengineering Organization
3. Identifying BPR opportunities
4. Understanding the existing process
5. Reengineering the process
6. Blueprint the new business system
7. Perform the transformation.

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