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  • 1. Technology Enabled Versus Clean Slate Reengineering
  • 2. Reengineering
      • Hammer’s Said
    • “ SAP Implementation equals forced reengineering”
  • 3. Reengineering
      • Reengineering Tools & Techniques
      • Process Reengineering. How?
      • Lack of Appropriate tools
      • Reengineering Facilitation
  • 4. Reengineering Types
      • Technology Enabled
      • Clean Slate
  • 5. Reengineering
      • Technology Enabled
      • Particular Technology
      • Reengineering is a function of tech.
      • ERP Drives Reengineering
      • Low Time & Cost
      • Constrained Reengineering
  • 6. Reengineering
      • Clean Slate Reengineering
      • Processes Reengineering
      • Evolution As per Needs & Requirements
      • Starting from Scratch
      • No predefine artifacts
      • High Cost
  • 7. Advantages of Technology Enabled
      • ERP- Ideal goal for Reengineering
      • DB Integration, Reduction in Number of Peoples
      • Help Structure Complex Reengineering Efforts
      • Map or Guidance, Start & End Point, How artifacts to be structured.
      • Rationalize Reengineering
      • Reason for Reengineering
      • Better Solutions
      • Implementable knowledge, Mitigation of Inexperience issue
      • Bounds on the Design
      • Limited set of designs, Clear process boundaries, Clear Resource estimations.
  • 8. Advantages of Technology Enabled
      • Design Feasibility for Software
    • - Portfolio of feasible design, process integration with ease.
      • Evidence of Design Success
    • - Best Practices, Design will work out.
      • Cost Effective Design
    • - Reasonable implementation cost.
      • Time Factor
    • - Implementation in timely manner.
      • Multiple Layers
    • - Less Layers of Decision making, Less Consultants.
  • 9. Advantages of Clean Slate
      • Not Constrained -Tools
      • Uses of Protfolio,Facilitate implementation
      • Not Constrained - Artifacts
      • New Ways of workings (WOWS)
      • Future versions-Not Tech Bound
      • Easier Evolution in System
      • Cannot Copy the Design
      • Out of the Box Designs
      • Reengineering & Technology
      • Re Engineering not tech. dependent
      • New Processes Embedded
      • Clean Slate is the Solution
  • 10. Disadvantages of Technology Enabled
      • Particular Tools
      • Limited Knowledge of artifacts & processes.
      • Limited system Evolution
      • Can be Copied
      • Limited use
  • 11. Disadvantages of Clean Slate
      • No Structure availability
      • No Rationale
      • No Bounds
      • Chosen Design Feasibility issue
      • Design might not work with ERP Systems
      • Costly & Time Consuming
      • Waves of consultants
  • 12. Adaptation criteria
      • Firm Size (Large Firms)
      • Money Factor (Deep Pockets)
      • Time
      • Strategy
      • Competitiveness
      • Innovation

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