Business Process Re-engineering (BPR)
THinK Best Practice Business Process Re-engineering (BPR)
Business Processes are vital within any organization as they provide core-operating
structures and ultimately should deliver value to the organization. An emphasis on
the creation and delivery of value provides a focus for analysis and development of
THinK has built a strong reputation amongst its diverse clientele for delivering real
value through Business Process Re-engineering (BPR).
Understanding existing processes in an organization is essential. Critical to the unique
Diamond Methodology © approach is the understanding and realization of the strengths
and limitations of existing client business processes.
THinK utilizes experienced consultants who possess the necessary analytical tools.
The Diamond Methodology © provides a process review framework that is flexible
enough to satisfy all client needs. A fully integrated solution can be formulated and
delivered only after a careful analysis of all business processes within the context of
the following five Strategic Development Areas:
Organization and Structure
Technology and Customer Service
Process and Practices
Personnel and Team Development
A review of these areas must address process costing to establish the cost drivers
of the process, process mapping techniques to establish a common understanding
of the process and critical activities, cycle time analysis and customer and/or
Future vision is also paramount to any business process review and re-engineering.
THinK’s approach enables organizations to identify their requirements and build a
shared understanding of the performance expectations of all stakeholders.
Once the review is complete, THinK can assist with planning and implementation
of any improvement initiatives. Any changes required, will have an impact on the
people, systems and processes within the organization. THinK brings extensive
Project Management expertise to bear to ensure successful implementation of these
initiatives and achievement of client expectations.