By Trinder P.
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Gurus like Hammer had advocated a total reconceptualization of complete value chains. Everything was to be reconsidered and redesigned to provide the company with the best possible new business process. The workflow and ERP approaches, on the other hand, focused on automating existing processes and replacing existing, departmentally focused legacy systems with new software modules that were designed to work together. These systems were narrowly focused and relied heavily on IT people to put them in place.
Rummler's specific focus was on how to structure processes and activities to guarantee that employees~be they managers, salespeople, or production line workers~would function effectively. In the 1960s and 1970s he relied on behavioral psychology and systems theory to explain his approach, but during the course of the 1980s he focused increasingly on business process models. 3 A business process cuts across traditional departments to combine activities into a single process flow. ) At the end of the eighties Rummier and a colleague, Alan Brache, wrote a book, Improving Perfarmance: Haw to Manage the White Space on the Organization Chart, that described the approach they had developed while consulting on process improvement during the course of the eighties.
In addition, on occasion, special process improvement efforts are required to get everyone focused on improving a specific process. Six Sigma is a good example of a popular approach to process improvement. Process design or redesign refers to a major effort that is undertaken to significantly improve an existing process or to create a new business process. Process redesign considers every aspect of a process and often results in changes in the sequence in which the process is done, in employee jobs, and in the introduction of automation.
A functional database by Trinder P.