Management & Leadership Seminars

Business Process Reengineering



Workshop Overview:

  • This is a step-by-step approach for BPR Implementation in your Department or Organization. This is a unique program providing very useful analysis and improvement skills for Organization/Department Reorganization.
  • The program covers three distinctly different management approaches to change.

These are:

  • Process Improvement
  • Process Redesign and
  • Process Re-engineering

Need for this program arises from the growing need to meet customer expectations better than our competitors. The steady improvement of products and services - though an important methodology -  is no longer sufficient to survive in the global market-place. The need may be for a radical change in the way we work and  Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) methodology can help organizations decide if such a approach is necessary and how to make that change.
The growth of BPR has been so rapid and experience so diverse that there is confusion as to what the term covers - this program clarifies the terms. In reality, BPR is the common-sense result of management making use of the new tools of information and other technologies.

WORKSHOP CONTENT:

  • What is Reengineering Really?
  • Why does my Organization Need to BPR?
  • What will be involved in its Implementation for my Organization?
  • The Four Truths: It’s Process-Centric, It’s Redesign-Ruled, It’s Radical, It’s Dramatic.
  • Different Reengineering Approaches.
  • Why Must you Reengineer Today? Typical Reasons.
  • Reengineering Vs Rightsizing, Restructuring, TQM, Automation
  • How Drastic Should Your Reengineering Be?
  • REENGINEERING TOOLS: Project Management, Coordination, Modeling, Business Process Analysis Measurement, System Development, Human Resources Analysis Design.
  • A Self Test Questionnaire For Your Organization: Are You Ready To Reengineer?
  • A Step-by-Step Methodology for Implementing BPR.

Case Study,Reengineering at a Manufacturer:

  • Understanding your Organisation in Process Terms. Opportunities for BPR. Critical Success Factors.
  • How Do You Reengineer For Success? Role of Consultants BPR Tools available.
  • BPR Implementation : Step-by-Step Approach.
  • Integrating Technology (including Information Technology) with BPR to produce Business Solutions.
  • The Top Ten Ways to Fail at Reengineering.

The Stages, Tasks Activities in Reengineering Implementation. Main Stages:

  • Preparation Identification
  • Innovation Vision
  • Process Design
  • Implementation Transformation
  • Assessment
  • The Misconceptions about Reengineering. The Resistance:  Reengineering doesn’t work. Reengineering is nothing new. Reengineering’s not sufficiently radical. Reengineering’s dangerous and Inhumane. We’re different. We can’t afford it. We’ve been doing it for years. Reengineering’s just another name for downsizing, and downsizing doesn’t work. Reengineering is not for growth. Reengineering is just common sense.

Workshop Outcomes and Take-Away/s
the business of providing practical useful training programs, Programs that:

  • Help the participant implement improvements in his organization.
  • Help the participant gain Multi-discipline understanding of the issues so that he can incorporate the needs and expectations of all his stakeholders/ customers in his improvement proposals and actions.
  • Help build a knowledge framework in which job related experience can be caught and remembered as his experience.

Typical participant will take away a personalized action plan for himself, his business unit or his organization on how to apply the program contents to improve performance. The action plan may have two components:

  • A Personal Action Plan
  • A Business Unit/Organizational Action Plan

Benefits to Organization
Sending participant/s to this program will benefit the organization in the following ways:

  • Quickly makes the participants competent, effective and productive on his job. Useful especially for
  • Training New employees
  • Competency Building in Existing Employees Transferred to a New Assignment
  • Training Prior to a New Project or Initiative Planned in the Organization
  • Create Competency in the employee to perform his job well. including in relation to
  • Relevant Technical Knowledge, Skills and Competencies
  • Organizations' Strategic Objectives
  • Needs and Expectations of the Stakeholders/ Customers (internal & external)
  • Good Management Practices
  • Identifying opportunities to Exceed Stakeholder/ Customer Expectations
  • Create a pool of trained manpower who can cost-effectively disseminate the knowledge to large number of employees inside the organization. This is made possible by Euro Training's unique easy to understand and use methodology based on Checklist & Quality Assurance Approaches.
  • Training Instructors often act as mentors for your trained employees. A most effective way to ensure effective competency development and application by your motivated staff.

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