BPR

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BPR

Abbreviation for:
blood pressure recorder
blood pressure response
business process re-engineering (Medspeak-UK)
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Due to the great impact reengineering has upon certain companies and implicitly upon an economy, it can be taken into account when the economic crisis imposes the reconsideration and reassessment of the activity, even the reorganising of the entire economy.
In addition to the SBSE audit reengineering, the other closely watched project is the NRP.
The survey of hospital restructuring and reengineering was mailed to hospital chief executive officers.
One study argued that the first point to remember about reengineering is getting the strategy straight.
Plsek compiled a list of reasons TQM and reengineering efforts fail, which includes: "lack of top management commitment; failure to understand and address resistance to change; lip service to principles, with action and organizational culture that are inconsistent with those principles.
Some organizations plunge headlong into reengineering without ever understanding why.
History: This buzzword was born after its reengineering cousin sent hundreds of workers from Melbourne to Manchester into the unemployment lines.
This award expands CACI's partnership with DoD by providing a range of services necessary for reengineering important national databases.
SEEC Euro Workbench provides proven software tools and methodologies for addressing all phases of euro reengineering projects.
Though reengineering has become a dirty word for some, CEOs must take to heart their customers' strong need for increased speed to market.
The accountant must have an understanding of two recent, crucial areas of client undertaking and engagement, specifically reengineering (including downsizing and restructuring) and outsourcing.
The TRC effort has been described as reengineering, and consequently contains many of the elements considered essential to effective streamlining.