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Klavdija Halimić, 2010, master's thesis/paper

Abstract: Podjetja se morajo pri prenovi in nakupu informacijskih rešitev zavedati svojih problemov in zahtev za informacijske rešitve ter sama raziskati vse možnosti pri ponudnikih takih informacijskih rešitev. Kot smo omenili, je na trgu veliko ponudnikov, vendar le redki ustrezajo specifičnim potrebam podjetja. Za take primere smo v tej nalogi predstavili nekatere od značilnosti takih informacijskih rešitev, ki doprinesejo podjetju največ, in nekatere probleme, ki lahko nastanejo pri uvajanju novih neprilagojenih informacijskih rešitev. Orodje za modeliranje poslovnih procesov in avtomatizacijo v podjetjih je lahko v velikih primerih projekt, ki se nikoli ne konča. Zato vsako podjetje naprej pri sebi dodela procese in s pomočjo orodij za modeliranje procesov pripomore k uspešnemu zaključku in tekočemu spremljanju verzij procesov.
Keywords: Modeliranje poslovnih procesov, BPM, EMC Documentum BPM, IBM Filenet BPM, Business Process Management
Published: 30.06.2010; Views: 3286; Downloads: 288
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Development and validation of business process reengineering (BPR) variables: a survey research in Slovenian companies
Nataša Vujica-Herzog, Andrej Polajnar, Stefano Tonchia, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: Business Process Reengineering (BPR) literature is based primarily on case studies and there is a lack of rigorous wide-ranging empirical research covering all its aspects. This paper presents the results of a survey researchcarried out in 73 medium and large-sized Slovenian manufacturing companies. Seven crucial areas were identified based on a synthesis of BPR literature, which must be practised to achieve effective process reengineering: management commitment, education & training, team work, BPR project characteristics, employee cooperation, information technology support,and levers & results. Variables have been constructed within these areas, using Likert scales, and statistical validity and reliability analyses.These developed variables can be important both for understanding BPRand in terms of the descriptive statistics, also reported in this paper. What emerges is the crucial importance of process orientation, goal setting, and top management commitment. Furthermore, these variables can be helpful forfurther research aimed at investigating BPR and its linkages with other areas, such as strategy, performance measurement, etc.
Keywords: production management, process management, business process reingeneering, survey research
Published: 31.05.2012; Views: 1163; Downloads: 75
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Feasibility and rationale of introducing layers into business process models
Gregor Polančič, Gregor Jošt, Jari Soini, 2011, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) is the leader and de-facto standard in business process modeling, a sub-discipline of business process management. While BPMN's objectives are to be expressive, widely understood, interchangeable and executable, it has also became rich and complex. The objective of this article is to present an idea of lowering the complexity of BPMN by applying layers into BPMN based process models. As presented in the article, layers are the remaining complexity management approach, which has not been implemented in BPMN yet. The focal part of the article is a SWOT analysis of applying layers into business process models, as well as the future work and challenges which need to be solved in order to reach our research goal - increasing the objective and subjective understandability of BPMN based process models.
Keywords: business processes, business process management, business process model and notation, BPMN
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1085; Downloads: 35
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Sustainable business solutions through lean product lifecycle management
Valentina Gečevska, Nedeljko Stefanic, Ivica Veža, Franc Čuš, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: In today's process manufacturing environment, innovation is viewed as critical to sustainable growth and business profitability. While open innovation is regarded as the answer, the companies can effectively measure the return on R&D investment, have acceptable product success rates, achieve acceptable promotional effectiveness, or have visibility into their compliance risks or operational readiness for new product launches. While open innovation is an actual topic, capitalizing on the opportunity requires holistic strategy, not just increased collaboration. Companies must have repeatable, compliant and responsive business processes, global information infrastructure that provides a single source of the truth, alignment across departments and solutions that evolve without coding. With holistic strategy and supporting infrastructure, companies can consistently minimize the time to scale, improve product success rates and promotional effectiveness, and enjoy sustainable and profitable growth. With open innovation providing unlimited opportunities, the company should start to identify the best open innovation opportunity and deliver top and bottom line of the company's benefits. The companies must first focus on the needs of their customer, continually minimize time to scale, eliminate waste, drive out costs and improve. These are core concepts of a Lean strategy. This paper will describe how Lean concept with PLM business strategy can leverage Lean with integrated compliance, continual improvement and other PLM best practices to increase the return on R&D investments and provide sustainable and profitable growth for business processes mainly manufacturing processes. The purpose of this paper is to review PLM approach linked to Lean concepts in order to achieve sustainable and innovative business processes with sustainable and profitable growth.
Keywords: PLM, business solution, lean PLM, sustainable business process
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1091; Downloads: 32
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