Rather PR than BPR? Or even PPR?
Suresh Gopal, Management, India, Member
Business process reengineering, by the name itself, means only for business. But, in general, Process Reengineering can be applied for any discipline where there is a process (or which could use a process) which I would presume includes personal life also. I believe that the efficiency and survival is the bottom-line for any process reengineering.
In personal life, the individual's and the community's acts are guided by several stated / unstated / derived / perceived processes which always can use some optimization / transformation to align with the ever changing needs. You can call this PPR (Personal Process Reengineering)?