A method for reusing and re-engineering
non-ontological resources for building ontologies.
offers great opportunities to improve performance in claims organizations because claims processes are so complex.
Instead of band-aids, what the backup industry really needs is a totally different approach, a re-engineering
similar in scope to the great ERP transformation.
GM Powertrain's Saginaw Malleable Iron Foundry has overcome continually reducing casting demand by re-engineering
its operations to increase throughput and profitability.
Management's collective success hinges, therefore, on better decision support, a product of rethinking and re-engineering
processes that direct managers on how to best cut costs.
Business transformation, process improvement, process re-engineering
The savings from re-engineering
another assembly line allowed three workers to accomplish what previously took five people - and they do so in 500 sq ft less space.
Narrowly defined, re-engineering
means taking corporate functions and procedures and making them more efficient.
Dr Michael Loh, Regional Organization Development Manager with Guardian Royal Exchange (Asia) Limited, believes the failure of many re-engineering
programmes is directly attributable to neglect of the human element.
Despite this, recent surveys of Fortune 1,000 companies show that 60 to 80 per cent of the organizations undertaking a re-engineering
effort have reported feelings of dissatisfaction or failure.
While there may have been changes made to the system over time, they tend to be to maintain and enhance rather than the more far-reaching changes associated with re-engineering
The result: "IT is often left out of business re-engineering