Business 6Ws



Business Processes

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Process Defined

Process is a organized group of complementary activities that together create intended value.

Each key word in this definition is important.

A process is a group of activities, not just one. Value is created not by single activities, but by the entire process in which all these tasks merge in a systematic way for a clear purpose.

Activities are complementary and organized. They present a stream of relevant, interconnected activities that must be performed in sequence the right things in the right way to produce the desired outcome.

All the activities in the process work together toward a common goal. People performing different steps of a process must all be aligned around a single purpose while focusing on their individual tasks.

Process are not ends in themselves. They have a purpose, they create and deliver intended  value for target beneficiaries.





Enterprise-wide Business Process Management (EBPM)

EBPM is a holistic, deliberate and collaborative approach to managing all of a company's business processes both systematically and systemically... More




Integrating E-business

Business processes must not only incorporate timely company information for improved customer relationship management, supply chain management, and beyond, they must also be kept up-to-date with fast-changing business needs. E-business facilitating these processes is the way most business soon will be transacted. Whether or not you ever plan to sell products or services over the Web, your most important customer or supplier may one day insist upon using Web for all transaction... More





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Everything can and should be improved − look for opportunities. Value innovation is a non-stop race.

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Continuous Improvement Firm (CIF)

CIF is a firm continuously improving on customer value due to improvements in productivity and processes initiated by the members of the general work force... More





Cross-functional Management

Cross-functional management (CFM) manages business processes across the traditional boundaries of the functional areas. CFM relates to coordinating and synergizing the activities of different units for realizing the superordinate cross-functional goals and policy deployment. It is concerned with building a better system for achieving such cross-functional goals as innovation, quality, cost, and delivery... More