Business Process Re-engineering

<business> (BPR) Any radical change in the way in which an organisation performs its business activities.

BPR involves a fundamental re-think of the business processes followed by a redesign of business activities to enhance all or most of its critical measures - costs, quality of service, staff dynamics, etc.

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