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De Pillis Business Process Improvement Overview

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This is an introduction to high level business process improvement. It is more effective to examine business process first before planning a mass layoff of employees in the United States. Contact me …

This is an introduction to high level business process improvement. It is more effective to examine business process first before planning a mass layoff of employees in the United States. Contact me for more information.


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  • 1. Business Process In Changing Economy GJ dePillis explores inside the transforming corporate environment to give USA based corporations an edge in the world market.
  • 2. Today
    • Companies in American are trying to be competitive, but are viewed as “archaic”
    • Gap Analysis: Companies must assess where they are and where they need to be.
  • 3. Tomorrow’s Horizon
    • Companies can harness business process re-engineering to save money by eliminating inefficient processes before resorting to lay-offs.
  • 4. How Do I Start?
    • Catalog all departments impacted
    • Indicate where departments touch each other (hand-offs)
    • Create high-level of overall interactions
    • Create individual department processes
  • 5. Details
    • What departments does your company want to transform?
    • Example: Finance
  • 6. Example: Finance
    • Reporting needs current and proposed. Can some reports be retired?
    • Discovery process
  • 7. Example: Finance
    • Departmental structure:
      • Accounting
      • Purchasing
      • Asset Management
      • Change Management
      • Shipping
      • Products
      • Markets
    • Internal Areas:
      • Credit & collections
      • Cash Management
      • Treasury Cash Mgt, Asset mgt & Support
      • Legal settlements, etc
      • Stop Loss
      • Reporting & document services
      • Valuation
      • Cost accounting
      • Fraud
      • Investor relations (stock, charitable donations, corp. buy outs)
  • 8. Common Business Process Tools Used
    • Metastorm
      • Provision
      • Knowledge Exchange
    • IDS Scheer, AG.
      • ARIS
  • 9. Count Down- Tag Team Race
    • Before any corporate change, plan out via Greek count down system.
      • Lambda (6 mo),
      • Kappa (4 mo),
      • Iota (3 mo),
      • Theta (2 mo),
      • Eta (1 mo),
      • Zeta (3 wk),
      • Epsilon (2 wk),
      • Delta (1 wk),
      • Gamma ( 3 dy),
      • Beta (Go),
      • Alpha (Day after)
  • 10. Contact GJ dePillis To Start Your Corporate Journey
    • Presentation:
    • GJ dePillis
      • 312-622-6220
    • Email:
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]