Business Process Reengineering

Overview
  • Business Process Reengineering

The Workflow Reengineering Methodology (WRM) that uses workflow management automation to enable Business Process Reengineering (BPR). Unlike published BPR methodologies that use historical and estimated process data gathered from workflow participants, WRM uses the more accurate, real-time process measurements, gathered by the workflow tool, to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and flexibility of the client workflow. The methodology consists of five phases and 32 component steps, together with associated data collection forms to facilitate its implementation.

 The Workflow Reengineering Methodology (WRM) facilitates business process reengineering using workflow management automation as an enabling technology. WRM is synthesized from the BPR and process improvement methodologies. This methodology enables BPR through workflow automation. The main advantage of this approach is that unlike proposed BPR methodologies that use historical and estimated process data gathered from process participants, WRM uses the accurate, real-time process measurements gathered by the workflow tool to improve workflow efficiency, effectiveness, and flexibility.


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