BPR Deserves More Attention
Legesse Gaglew, Ethiopia
Nowadays many government institutions are trying to streamline the way they create value to their customers. Despite their trials, they all have inbuilt problems in their system which desperately lead to failures whatever their endeavors may be. Before proceeding to the mere conduct of what they term as "BPR", they need to define it well, know what involves beforehand, be sure that all the participants including those who are meant to lead the BPR project alocate adequate and appropriate resources, continuously and adequately train all participants and create a wider constituency of change.