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Adm Radiol. 1993 Oct;12(10):39-44.

Business process analysis. Part 2.

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Systems Planning Institute, Inc., Atlanta, GA.


We are addressing in this three part series, the challenge of making lasting, logical and linked improvements in your organization, aided by fresh, comprehensive and almost certainly unique, new view(s) of your organizational system. Preparing your organization for this type of needed "reinvention" of the organizational system can be better assured if some, preferably all, of the conditions listed in Figure 1 are present. These were introduced and discussed in last month's article. The last item in Figure 1 refers to a "Business Process Map" of the organization. Chances are that you have never encountered this term and only have a vague idea of what is meant by it. Explaining the basis of this evaluative approach is the purpose for this article. Next month, we will show ho useful this insight can be in many strategic decision areas of your business.

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