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Modelling techniques for business process re-engineering and benchmarking

IFIP TC 5/WG 5.7 International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking (1996 Bordeaux, France)

Modelling techniques for business process re-engineering and benchmarking

by IFIP TC 5/WG 5.7 International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking (1996 Bordeaux, France)

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Published by Chapman & Hall on behalf of the International Federation for Information Processing in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benchmarking (Management) -- Congresses.,
  • Reengineering (Management) -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementIFIP TC5 WG5.7 International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking; 18-19 April 96, Bordeaux, France ; edited by Guy Dougmeingts and Jim Browne.
    ContributionsDoumeingts, Guy., Browne, Jimmie., International Federation for Information Processing.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 395 p. :
    Number of Pages395
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18112231M
    ISBN 100412789108
    LC Control Number97025425

    Enterprise modelling is today one of the key techniques to improve the performances of an enterprise. This paper first defines enterprise modelling techniques as compared to BPR techniques. Author: Guy Doumeingts,J. Browne; Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media ISBN: Category: Business & Economics Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This text is concerned with the evaluation of developments in terms of modelling techniques, and their use in the domain of benchmarking, business process and re-engineering.

    Principle Business Change Is a Journey, Not a Destination. A major distinguishing feature between process management and business process re-engineering (BPR) efforts that swept past us in the early and mids is their approaches to continuity of effort. This Practitioner Certificate is designed for people who want to understand a range of business process modelling and analysis techniques, know how they are used and identify when to use them Suitable for business analysts, business managers and members of their team, business change managers and project managers.

    both technical and managerial aspects of business process management, Business Process Modeling, Simulation and Design, Second Edition presents the tools to design effective business processes and the management techniques to operate them efficiently. New to the Second Edition • Three completely revised chapters that incorporate ExtendSim 8. Business process modelling: A study case within the Brazilian Ministry of Planning, Budgeting and Management. In Information Systems and Technologies (CISTI), 9th Iberian Conference on (pp. ). IEEE. Doumeingts, G. and Browne, J. eds., Modelling techniques for business process re-engineering and benchmarking. Springer.


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Modelling techniques for business process re-engineering and benchmarking by IFIP TC 5/WG 5.7 International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking (1996 Bordeaux, France) Download PDF EPUB FB2

To reach this objective it is necessary for companies to evaluate their performances and to combine modelling, business process re-engineering and benchmarking techniques. This book demonstrates the successful combination and implementation of these various techniques.

Case studies in business process re-engineering. Performance and benchmarking. Case studies in benchmarking.

Responsibility: IFIP TC5 WG International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking ; Ap Bordeaux, France ; edited by Guy Dougmeingts and Jim Browne. Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking: IFIP TC5 WG International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking; 18–19 Ap Bordeaux, France Guy Doumeingts, Jim Browne (eds.).

Guy Doumeingts is the author of Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-Engineering and Benchmarking ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, publishe 4/5(3). Business process modeling (BPM) in business process management and systems engineering is the activity of representing processes of an enterprise, so that the current process may be analyzed, improved, and automated.

BPM is typically performed by business analysts, who provide expertise in the modeling discipline; by subject matter experts, who have specialized knowledge of the processes.

from book Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking: IFIP TC5 WG International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering. Many consultants see BPMN as the “Rolls Royce” of business process modeling techniques because most other forms of business process modeling were developed for other purposes and then adapted.

In fact, BPMN is the culmination of a process in which businesses sought a best practice method for business process modeling. In: Doumeingts G., Browne J. (eds) Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking.

IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Springer, Boston, MA. Le benchmarking: pour atteindre l We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. References to this book.

Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking Guy Doumeingts, J. Browne Limited preview - Bibliographic information.

Title: Le benchmarking: pour atteindre l'excellence et dépasser vos concurrents. Tools I often use when doing business process modelling are Gliffy, Activiti Modeller, and Gantt charts.

To conclude, when modelling a process or re-engineering an existing one, I usually approach the task from a project management perspective analysing the requirements fully before moving to.

Benchmarking is the process of comparing your own organization, its operations or processes against other organizations in your industry or in the broader marketplace.

Benchmarking can be applied against any product, process, function or approach in business. Business process re-engineering (BPR) is a business management strategy, originally pioneered in the early s, focusing on the analysis and design of workflows and business processes within an organization.

BPR aimed to help organizations fundamentally rethink how they do their work in order to improve customer service, cut operational costs, and become world-class competitors. Read Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical-Chemical Processes in Fractured Porous Media: Modelling and Benchmarking.

Benchmarking is the process of comparing business processes of one company to the best business processes of the industry leader.

Benchmarking generally includes comparing processes on time, costs and quality to do things better, faster and cheaper. An important phase of this study was the Business Process Re-engineering. The BPR has proved to be a modern innovative useful management technique to achieve dramatic improvement in operational efficiencies for quality services of an airline's cargo handling processBPR started from the acquisition of the As-Is situation to describe the system.

Get this from a library. Modelling techniques for business process re-engineering and benchmarking: IFIP TC5 WG International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking ; Ap Bordeaux, France.

[Guy Doumeingts; Jimmie Browne;] -- Today enterprises must strive to improve their competitiveness in a changing. In s, Business Process Modelling (BPM) The best principles of Business Process Re-engineering still survive in BPM, on a less drastic, less brutal and more manageable scale.

With the lessons been learnt, Business Process Modelling can and does work, but it must be treated with caution.

The key is in the implementation. Understand techniques and tools that support the design of business processes. Analyse the principles of business.

change and business process reengineering. Business change and business process re-engineering initially requires a full understanding of current processes that may best be analysed through the use of SWOT or PESTEL analysis.

– Design to-be process: The objective of this phase is to produce one or more alternatives to the current, existing business process. The first step is benchmarking. The first step is benchmarking. The term refers to “ the comparing of both the performance of the organization’s processes and the way those processes are conducted with.

Concerning the assessment of the quality of a business process modelling technique Hommes et al. () present a set of quality properties and procedures to make an objective assessment of these properties possible called Quality-based Modelling Evaluation (Q-ME) framework.

They link the properties of the model to the way of modelling and working mentioned above. IFIP TC5/WG International Workshop on Modelling Techniques for Business Process Re-engineering and Benchmarking ( Bordeaux, France) Cham: Springer International Publishing, Description Book — 1 online resource (x, pages).

Summary.Business Processes Modelling and Analysis for Re-engineering and Improvement Martyn A. Ould Business processes are inherent in every organisation.

Each of these processes involves activity-people or machines do things; each is about groups working collaboratively together; and each process has a goal-it is intended to achieve s: 4.Business Process Modeling transforms business analysts into high-impact professionals - professionals that connect with the business stakeholders, discover and rapidly assimilate deep business knowledge, critically analyze and challenge existing .