Business Process Management
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Business Process Management


  • GCSE, GNVQ, A-level, A2
  • 1548

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In the last few years most organizations are trying harder and harder to adopt a lean structure. To become lean means to eliminate those processes and practices that does not add value to the customers. The essence of becoming a lean organization is the continuous pursuit of waste elimination. A lean organization delivers shorter lead times, improved quality, reduced cost, increased profit, improved productivity and better customer service. These are also the most important characteristics of a successful organization in todays highly competitive world. In the current economic climate, there is cut-throat competition and a rat race has emerged to capture and retain a large customer base. The larger a firms customer base, the stronger it shall become. A firms customers are its most

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