Business Process Improvement (BPI)

 


Business process improvement (BPI) is a management exercise in which enterprise leaders use various methodologies to analyze their procedures to identify areas where they can improve accuracy, effectiveness and/or efficiency and then redesign those processes to realize the improvements. Business process improvement, or BPI, works by identifying the operations or employee skills that could be improved to encourage smoother procedures, more efficient workflow and overall business growth. This process can also be referred to as functional process improvement.

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
techtarget.com/definition/business-process-improvement-BPI
Contributor(s): Mary K. Pratt and Bianca Rawson

 

I’m passionate for process improvement.  Not for the sake of change, but to enhance business processes to increase efficiency and accuracy.

 


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