Improving Business Processes and Cost reduction for Team Leaders & Managers
This Principles of Business Process Improvement and cost reduction is the foundation for almost all courses in the Business Process Management curriculum.
It provides an overview and discussion of the principles, concepts and techniques required to transform your business from a traditional, functional organization to a process-centric organization. The course introduces a systematic approach and methodology for planning, monitoring, measuring, and managing your company’s business process performance and for redesigning and improving specific processes.
What you will learn
- The key considerations of a process-based approach to business process change management.
- The strategic, tactical, and operational considerations in a comprehensive BPM framework
- The role of business processes in an organization
- The basic concepts, principles, and techniques of BPM
- How to plan for cross-organization acceptance and implementation
In this introduction to BPI (Business Process Improvement), you will learn to leverage your current business strategy to drive improvement, develop tools, identify problem areas, measure performance, validate Change, and create current and future process models. Gain the skills you need to employ a step-by-step BPI framework in your organization to maximize efficiency and productivity.
Introduction to BPI Training Course Information
In this BPI course, you will learn how to:
- Apply a BPI framework in your organization.
- Identify processes in need of improvement.
- Create and implement stakeholder engagement and buy-in.
- Measure improvements using KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) linked to your business drivers. I
Introduction to BPI Course Outline
- Building the BPIF (Business Process Improvement Framework)
- Evaluating the Organization
- Outlining the Current Process
- Analysing and Improving the Process
- Modelling the "To-Be" Solution
- Managing and Implementing Change
- Integrating BPI into Your Organization
- Cost reduction