The Reengineering Handbook by Dr. Raymond L. Manganelli and Mark M. Klein is the answer to a professional's needs, starting with: a clear explanation of what "reengineering" a business really involves; an idea of whether your own business will benefit from reengineering; a detailed methodology that shows you how to start and carry out a reengineering project; assurance that if you take your business apart to reengineer it, you'll be able to put it back together again - better than before; and a fool-proof plan for reengineering that avoids chaos during the reengineering process and gets results quickly. The Reengineering Handbook provides a step-by-step reengineering methodology for turning your vision of your company into a pragmatic and successful reality. In the dramatic and high-powered program this book outlines, you'll learn how to apply a 5-stage, 54-step "rapid reengineering" action plan to carry out your reengineering project and avoid dangerous loss of productivity. Using this crystal clear road map, you'll be able to obtain employee buy-in, avoid confusion among staff members and customers, and assemble a top-notch reengineering team. Perhaps most important of all, the methodology will virtually force you and your team to keep the reengineering effort on track and see it through to successful completion.
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Reengineering has emerged as the foremost business improvement technique of this decade. Manganelli and Klein, the CEO and managing director of a reengineering consulting firm, respectively, cover the specific processes for managers to follow in order to reengineer their companies successfully. Their technique, which they call Rapid Remethodology, is a five-stage program, and each section of the book includes directions, checklists, and examples to use while proceeding through the stages. Designed for use by all types of businesses and for managers at different levels, this work includes lists of resources as well as suggestions drawn from companies that have successfully completed the process. It will be useful to managers interested in reengineering, though Michael Hammer and James Champy's Reengineering the Corporation (HarperBusiness, 1993) gives a more thorough background.
Gary W. White, Pennsylvania State Univ., Harrisburg
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Descripción AMACOM, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0814479235
Descripción AMACOM, 1996. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110814479235