Due to growing concern about the competitiveness of industry in the international marketplace and the efficiency ofgovernment enterprises, widespread initiatives are currently underway to enhance thecompetitive posture offirms and to streamline government operations. Nearly all enterprises are engaged in assessing ways in which their productivity, product quality and operations can be improved. These efforts canbe described as Business Process Engineering (BPE). BPE had its roots in industry under differing titIes: Process Improvement, Process Simplification, Process Innovation, Reengineering, etc. It has matured to be an important ingredient of successful enterprises in the private and public sectors. After extensive exploitation by industrial and governmental practitioners and consultants, it is attracting increasing attention from academics in the fields of engineering and business. However, even with all of this attention in the popular literature, serious scholarly literature on BPE is in short supply. TItis is somewhat surprising, especially since so many large international organizations have attempted BPE projectswith varied success.PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT - Develop and Verify If the IPMTa#39;s decision at the Plan DCP is a go, then the PDT is greatly extended with ... PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT - Qualify and Certify Here the product is checked to make sure it meets the market ... At some point the PDT will observe that the product should be removed from the marketplace and prepares and End-of-Life DCP package for the IPMT.
|Title||:||Business Process Engineering|
|Author||:||D. Jack Elzinga, Thomas R. Gulledge, Chung-Yee Lee|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|