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Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
Role of Information Technology in BPR
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Role of Information Technology in BPR

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  • 1. Business Process Reengineering Role of IT T.Y.B.C.B.I
  • 2. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IT & BPR “Shared databases, making information available at many places Expert systems, allowing generalists to perform specialist tasks Decision-support tools, allowing decision- making to be a part of everybodys job Wireless data communication and portable computers, allowing field personnel to work office independent 3
  • 3. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN IT & BPR TEAM ORIENTED WORK CAPABILITY RESHAPE THE HOW THE BUSINSS IN DONE Automatic identification and tracking, allowing things to tell where they are, instead of requiring to be found BPR AND IT ARE NATURAL PATNERS 4
  • 4. IT CAPABILITIES AND RE ENGINEERING /APPLICABILITY IN INDUSTRIES Phase 1: before the process is designed (as an enabler) Phase 2: while the process is being designed (as a facilitator) Phase 3: after the design is complete (as an implementer) 5
  • 5. PHASE 1 AS ENABLER DEVELOP THE STRATEGIC VISION e.g walmart STRENTHS AND WEAKNESS e.g GE DIFFERENT APPROCHES FLEXIBLE ORGANISATION DESIGN EFFECTIVE TEAMWORK ALLIANCES COROSS COMPANY COORDINATION 5
  • 6. PHASE 2 AS FACILITATOR FACILITATOR TECHNICL DESIGN SOCIAL DESIGN 5
  • 7. PHASE 2 AS FACILITATOR GATHERING AND COLLECTION OF INFORMATION E.G CASE OF XEROX PROCESS ORIENTED APPROCH e.g Ford Motor Coordination of different Personnel functions through LAN e.g Ford CAD DIGITALISATION OF DATA e.g 7/11 Janpan Collaboration between Marketing and Sales Inter Organisational Collaboration 5
  • 8. PHASE 3 AS IMPLEMENTER IMPLEMNETATION OF NEW PROCESS OVERCOME GEOGRAPHIC BARRIRS e.g GM Contribution of new process to overall performance Redesign of infrastructral arrangement Digital Feedback Loop 5
  • 9. ROLE OF IT TRANSACTIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL SPEED AYTOMATIC ANALYTIVAL INFORMATIONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT BRIDGE BETWEEN TWO PARTIES
  • 10. Principles of Reengineering by Hammer Organize around outcomes, not tasks Have those who use the output of the process perform the process; Subsume information processing work into the real work that produces the information; Treat geographically dispersed resources as though they were centralized;
  • 11. Principles of Reengineering by Hammer Link parallel activities instead of integrating their results; Put the decision point where the work is performed, and build control into the process; Capture information once and at the source.
  • 12. USE OF IT INREENGINEERING PROCESS

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