WIZDOM TRAINING: Course #1:
BUSINESS PROCESS REENGINEERING
(3 day course)
Wizdom's Business Process Reengineering (BPR) seminar walks you through the stages of a reengineering project - from initial design and development to implementation.
Our instructors will show you Wizdom's BPR toolset that will help you and your organization determine cost, quality, and time issues that are currently plaguing and restraining your business growth.
- Introduction to Business Process Reengineering
- Minerva,TM Wizdom's BPR Methodology
- BPR, The Quick Test: What it is and What it isn't
- BPR Methods and Software Tools
- Model Analysis, "Creating the "AS-IS"
- Corporate Culture & Change Management
- Benchmarking, Discovering the State of the Art
- Total Quality Managment vs. Business Process Reengineering
- Activity and Data Modeling
- Time, Cost, Quality, and Flow Analysis
- Activity Based Costing
- An in-depth BPR Case Study
- The Human Factor in BPR
- Success with Cross-functional BPR Teams
- How to "Scope" a BPR Project
- Creating your Project Timeline to Assure Success
- CASE Tools & Systems Development
- What to Take On, What to Leave Alone
- How to Assure Implementation
Who Should Attend?
- Project Managers
- BPR Team Members
- Vice Presidents
- General Managers
- Human Resource Teams
- CEOs, CFOs and CIOs
- MIS Managers
- Government Executives
- Management Executives
- Quality Assurance Teams
Wizdom is a recognized leader in providing innovative process-based business and software solutions.
Wizdom’s integrated business improvement software, comprehensive training, and expert consulting enables industry and government leaders to communicate, plan and execute a unified strategy and employ best business practices. Wizdom's founder's contributions to Business Process Engineering began with its conceptual foundation in the 1970s, with the U.S. Air Force's Integrated Computer Aided Manufacturing (ICAM) program. The ICAM program was based on IDEF, the very foundation of BPR.
IDEF is the only modeling methodology covered by a Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS), the same concept that guarantees us that our electric razors will work in all outlets in the United States.