Business process re-engineering - Workshop SG 2018

Business Process Re-Engineering promises dramatic improvements in productivity and quality. This workshop introduces key Business Process Re-Engineering techniques to rethink organisational processes and product offerings, to achieve better innovation and productivity.

Supported by exercises and case studies, proven tools and techniques will be examined, discussed and further developed for practical application in the workplace.

Key Topics Covered:
• Examining and mapping core business processes;
• Determining process dysfunction symptoms and their effects on outcomes;
• Eliminating process duplication & redundancy;
• Determining anomalies in roles & responsibilities.

This workshop is part of the Finance For the Future Program and is eligible for funding support of more than 40%* off the workshop fees. Eligibility conditions apply.

Enter code FUTURE18 at checkout. To apply the promotional code, you must complete separate payment for each workshop.

*Discount based on member price

 

Trainer profile:

Malcolm Furber


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. This has included a two-year SAP business intelligence project at the South African Revenue Services, a 15-month SAP re-implementation assignment at Eskom, Finance transformation at Standard bank and a 10-week assignment in Switzerland for a leading FMCG company where he undertook a finance function benchmarking exercise with 4 other Global FMCG companies.
He is a regular speaker globally on Integrated Business Planning and Performance Management, Predictive Analytics using Big Data, Supply Chain Management and Activity Based Costing much of which is based on personal case studies rather than pure theory.

Learning objectives

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

Audience

This workshop is suitable for Directors and Executives with responsibility of understanding core business data, Accountants, Controllers, Manager and anyone who is interested to help drive the business forward

1 day

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