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BPR

Abbreviation for:
blood pressure recorder
blood pressure response
business process re-engineering (Medspeak-UK)
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The mission statement for reengineering is actually developed on two levels: the steering committee level (Step 2) and the team reengineering level (Steps 5 and 8).
The book's mission is to help organizational leaders who are dedicated to providing cost-effective, superior services succeed at reengineering by bringing into their organization's workprocess "dramatic improvements in performance.
The article begins by summarizing why it is necessary to reengineer and what is generally involved in a reengineering project.
Among the topics are traditional data-oriented versus process-oriented reengineering of legacy systems, component-based modeling, reengineering for enterprise resource planning systems implementation, an effortless approach for migrating from legacy software systems to web services, and a reengineering process for the aerospace industry.
Champy and Greenspun's 1993 bestselling Reengineering the Corporation introduced business people to the powerful use of "reengineering" as a work design methodology to enable businesses to reach new levels of efficiency, performance, and profit.
Through reengineering one ignores what is it known, what exists and the attention is focused on what one wishes to be;
During the initial process of reengineering the building, the failure to plan for providing and integrating these dedicated tenant systems could cause serious operational problems due to downtime exposure and electrical shut-offs.
The reengineering process involved changing medical staff governance, revising the bylaws and reorganizing the committee structure.
What does the SBSE examination reengineering project mean for practitioners and taxpayers?
In particular, the approach of SMEs to Reengineering definition and methodology are examined.
The first word of the title of their book energized some and aggravated others: Reengineering the Corporation: A Manifesto for Business Revolution.
The principal source for the central concept of reengineering is taken from Hammer and Champy's Reengineering the Corporation, published in 1993, but he draws also from Senge's (1990) work on learning organizations as well as from others on leadership and teamwork.