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aka Business Process Engineering, BPR
Process engineering translates customer needs into customer deliverables.
When to use
Use your Process Reengineering template (Reenineering.xlsx)
to clarify details that don't fit neatly into a swim lane flow chart,
and to untangle and re-design even the most complex process.
How to use your
Before getting started
Launch your team.
Find and open your template
Find and open your Reengineering template
in the same way that you find and open your other 150+ Systems2win templates.
Save your working document
following the usual document storage and naming conventions established by your leaders
Open a Blank Sheet
When you're ready to start doing your own real work...
click the button to 'Open a Blank Sheet'
Excel Ribbon bar > Systems2win tab > Open a Blank Sheet
This blank sheet is where you will do your real work
(not on the Sample sheet)
Rename your new sheet.
If English is not your preferred language
Switch to your language, just like every Systems2win Excel template.
Now your team is ready to start using your
Enter header data
The Author is the one person (or team) authorized to make changes to this document.
Use ONLY those columns important to this process
Hide columns that are not important to your analysis.
Remember: Click any column heading in any Systems2win template to get pop-up help.
Analyze your 'As Is' process
Get consensus that your 'As Is' process accurately represents the way things really are now.
Improve the process
Copy your 'As Is' sheet to serve as the starting point for your 'To Be' sheet.
Improve your process to fulfill Process Design Objectives.
If people's jobs are impacted...
Suggested Reading and Resources for
Almost everything in your Reengineering, Jobs Design, and Change Management templates are explained in detail in Ray Manganelli's Reengineering Handbook.
These Business Process Reengineering tools
come with many other useful tools for Standard Work
to empower every team member