WEEK 5: BUSINESS PROCESS RE-ENGINEERING

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Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) is a valuable tool to help organizations assess the probability of process change. Why might this be an important concept for HRM professionals introducing new technology? How might you apply the BPR process to an HRM office that currently only has an employee database and no other automated HRM functions?  The HRM director states the business is simply too small (1,000 employees). Build your business case.

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