BPR is not an End, but a Means

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BPR is not an End, but a Means
M.Fite
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BPR is to be Considered as an Instrument for Change
Belachew Bogale
Yes, I agree BPR is to be considered as a tool for change and achieve your vision, goal and objectives. Through BPR we implement in our country we can see a big change. And we have radical leadership, change agents, visionary who stand for the future.
 

         
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