involves the radical redesign of core business processes to achieve dramatic improvements in productivity, cycle times and quality. Here, we start with a fresh and objective oriented perspective and rethink the existing processes to deliver more value to the customer, be it internal or external. Companies reduce organisational layers and eliminate unproductive activities through redesigning functional organisations into cross-functional teams and by using technology to improve data dissemination and decision making.
How can you be benefitted by BPR?
Companies use Business Process Reengineering to improve performance substantially on key processes that affect customers and related stakeholders. BPR helps an organisation by
- Reducing costs and cycle times:
Business Process Reengineering reduces costs and cycle times by eliminating unproductive, non-value adding and inefficient activities. Reorganization decreases the number of unnecessary interactions, accelerates information flows and eliminates the errors and reworks.
- Improving quality and speed:
By reengineering your processes, you get improvement in quality and the speed of the process by reducing the fragmentation, isolation or repetition of work and establishing clear ownership of each process and activities. Process owners gain responsibility for their output and can measure their performance based on prompt feedback.
How can we help you?
- Consultivo provides advisory and consulting services to any organisation to find ways to make improvements in their operational performance; irrespective of their size, sector or geographical location.
- Customised service – tailored to meet your needs.
Consultivo offers a wide range of solutions, which helps organisations designed for specific organisational needs and industry sector requirements.
- Consultivo team has a wealth of industry knowledge, expertise, experience and insights of delivering consulting, audit, research or training services to ensure Results-Based Accountability.
- High impact solutions
Our high-impact consulting close that implementation gap by focusing on results, rather than stopping at the great ideas.
Human factors in BPR
It has been observed that many time organisations put the whole focus of the BPR on IT and process redesign techniques. In fact, there are other complex issues such as human behaviour, organisational, cultural and political influences.
One of the main reasons for BPR failure is the negligence of the human element out of which, resistance to change acts as a major barrier to successful BPR implementation.
The challenge of performance in terms of efficiency and effectiveness presents a significant element of risk to any organisation and an organisation’s performance is greatly dependent on its system, process and people. So, worldwide, organisations are increasingly turning to bespoke solutions to further enhance the level of process performance.