Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) - Workshop 2018

For the last decade, the business world has seen a rapidly changing environment; and organisations need to continually adapt to these changes to remain relevant. Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) works to improve productivity through process (or product/service offering) redesign, innovation and adopting the best aspects of Kaizen techniques.

In this workshop, you will learn how to examine the benefits of introducing key BPR techniques to accounting and organizational processes. With exercises and case studies, participants will also learn the proven tools as well as techniques to develop for practical application back in the workplace.

Key topics covered:

  • Examining and mapping core business processes
  • Process dysfunction symptoms and their effects on outcomes
  • Eliminating process duplication & redundancy
  • Anomalies in roles & responsibilities

Trainer profile:

Malcolm Furber, FCMA, CGMA, FInstD, CCMI FSAIM

Malcolm trained with ICI in the U.K. qualifying as a Chartered Management Accountant in 1978 and has undertaken post qualifying studies in Marketing at Bradford University, International management trends at Princeton (USA) and Strategic management courses at SBL/UNISA and the London Business school. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Institute of Directors of Southern Africa and the South African Institute of Management.

Malcolm has been in consulting for the last 11 years where he has predominantly been involved in business improvement assignments in both the private and public sector. He is currently Strategic Implementation Advisor at EthossDelphini where he is primarily involved in mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, company restructuring and turnarounds and Enterprise Performance Management.


Enjoy 10% savings when you register for any three or more workshops in the Finance for the Future Program 2018.

* The fee paid is non-refundable. Transfers must be advised in writing and received by CPA Australia at least five working days prior to the event date. Transfers can only be made once and are subject to workshops within Finance for the Future Program 2018.


Learning objectives

  • Understand how to examine and mapping core business processes
  • Determine process dysfunction symptoms and their effects on outcomes
  • Recognise how to eliminate process duplication & redundancy
  • Determine anomalies in roles & responsibilities


This workshop is suitable for accounting professionals, finance professionals and anyone who is interested in refreshing and reinforcing their knowledge and skills as well as absorb several new techniques to enable them to maximize their business development initiatives.

3 hours