problem 1: BPR entails looking at and analyzing what goes on within and between departments of a company and between the company and its customers and suppliers. Then you restructure those processes to eliminate or modify non-value-adding activities (downsizing) and personnel, minimize obstacles to the smooth flow of work and make the organization and systems support the new model. It might as well be essential to create new value-adding activities (upsizing). A further term, 'rightsizing' is correctly assessing what suitable and essential changes are required and implementing them. What are the core principles of BPR?
problem 2: There are numerous good reasons why organizations must adopt ERP systems. List and describe the four main reasons for adopting these systems?
a) By using a diagram draw up the three key steps of the Business Process Management Life Cycle.
b) What Causes a Mal-Process in the business context?
problem 4: The private business process layer EPCs are used in the e-business world due to the wide dissemination in the industry. Thus it can be seen as a placeholder for other sufficient modeling notations. By taking into consideration the EPC modeling guidelines the EPC models on private business process layer have to follow a set of specified EPC rules to apply the EPC abstraction rules of the first transformation step.
What are the six abstraction rules that are used in such conditions?