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Business Process Reengineering:
Transforming Business Process Across the Enterprise

IIBA Endorsed Education Provider| ACCET Acccredited 

In the dynamic landscape of modern business, factors like strategy, competition, technology, and regulation drive constant change in business processes. Adapting to and leveraging these factors are crucial for success.

Inteq’s Business Process Reengineering training course spans a continuum from incremental process improvement and business process redesign to transformational business process reengineering.

Acquire the knowledge and skills to apply the right process improvement techniques at the right time to ensure that changes in business processes, supporting technologies and organizational culture come together to rapidly deliver actionable, sustainable results.

The concepts presented in this course are based on years of best practices gleaned from thousands of business process analysis interactions across the spectrum of industries and business domains across commercial and public sectors.

Inteq’s Business Process Reengineering training provides a cohesive best practice approach, framework, and comprehensive toolkit of specific, proven, practical high impact tactics to improve business processes across your organization.

Course outline

Aligning BPR With Strategy

Business strategy vs. operational strategy

Creating customer and business value

Transformational thinking vs. tactical thinking

Drivers of business process reengineering

BPR Foundation

The 6 objectives of BPR

Business functions and processes

Process maps and procedure diagrams

The 5 essential business analysis questions

Business vs. business systems requirements

Process Design Techniques

Engaging BPR from 360°

Workflow layer design

Operational layer design

Enterprise layer design

Digital Transformation Techniques

Agility, resilience and future state thinking

Digital vs. traditional thinking

Key technical/technology enablers of BPR

The role of DANCE technologies in BPR

Process Automation Techniques

Business process automation (BPR)

Robotic process automation (RPA)

Identifying automation opportunities

The role of people vs. technology

BPR at scale case study

Participants identify and analyze opportunities to improve and transform a complex at-scale business process. This case study provides an invaluable template that you and your team can leverage to jump start business process reengineering in your organization.

Transition from Current to Future State

Backlog management & sprint planning

Work product operationalization

Change management

Monitoring and adjustment

BPR Capabilities & Professional Skills

Business process capability continuum

Sources of business knowledge

Engaging SMEs and other stakeholders

Managing conflict and difficult personalities

Appendix: Transforming a Hero Culture

Learning Objectives | You Will Learn | Key Benefits
  • A framework and roadmap for process improvement and transformational BPR.
  • Align BPR initiatives and opportunities to organizational strategy.
  • Best practices to achieve sustainable results.
  • Apply a toolkit of specific, proven, practical high impact improvement tactics.
  • Critical thinking skills that transform current state processes into efficient, effective, agile forward-facing processes.
  • Effectively engage SMEs and other stakeholders.
  • Think in new ways to achieve actionable results quickly.
  • View your processes 360° (vertically and horizontally) across workflows across the organization.
  • Apply the right level of change to the right functions and processes at the right time.
  • Deliver rapid, successful, sustainable results.
  • … and much more
Who Should Attend?
  • Business analysts
  • Business systems analysts
  • Business process analysts
  • Project managers
  • IT professionals
  • Subject matter experts and other stakeholders involved with improving and re-engineering business processes.
Prerequisites:

None. However, Inteq’s Business Process Modeling training course is designed as a precursor to and seamlessly integrates with Business Process Reengineering but is not a prerequisite.

Business Process Reengineering integrates seamlessly with:

Learning Options:
  • Anytime eLearning™: Anytime | Anywhere | Any Device | Self-Paced
  • Live: Inteq’s Business Process Reengineering 2-day training course can be tailored to your organization’s training objectives and can be combined with other Inteq courses to create a 3, 4 and 5-day hybrid training program.
  • Enterprise training for the entire organization.
What’s In the box?

OK, there is not a box per se – the content is digital. In addition to 2-days/16 hours of expert instruction you receive:

  • Digital Badge of Completion
  • Personalized Certificate of Completion
  • ACCET Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • IIBA Professional Development Units (PDUs)
  • Electronic (PDF) Comprehensive 175 Page Course Manual
  • Case Study Materials
  • Supplemental Course Materials
Course Length:
  • The course is designed for two days, but Anytime eLearning™ allows self-paced learning.
  • Participants can revisit material to reinforce concepts.
  • The course must be completed within 45 days, with most participants finishing in 1-3 weeks.

Individual Training | Enroll Today

Anytime eLearning™ $995 $695 Per Participant
16 PDUs | 1.6 CEUs

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Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device.
Self Paced. 2-Day Course. 45-Day Access

*Or call us at 800-719-4627 to talk with
a Training Coordinator.

Customized Team Training

Testimonials

"The instructor was very knowledgeable and provided great examples and techniques for hands-on use."

"I enjoyed the discussion on building process maps and best practices for how to present one. I also enjoyed that James seemed to work very hard to connect his content to real world scenarios."

"Participants are frequently encouraged to think of scenarios in their current work environment. This provides practice in applying the concepts in our day-to-day work."

"The instructor was very knowledgeable and provided great examples and techniques for hands-on use."

"I enjoyed the discussion on building process maps and best practices for how to present one. I also enjoyed that James seemed to work very hard to connect his content to real world scenarios."

"Participants are frequently encouraged to think of scenarios in their current work environment. This provides practice in applying the concepts in our day-to-day work."

What's Included

  • Digital Badge of Completion
  • Personalized Certificate of Completion
  • IIBA Professional Development Units (PDUs)
  • ACCET Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • Electronic Comprehensive Course Manual
  • Supplemental Course Materials
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Accreditation & Professional Affiliation

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