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Ch 13 - Introducing the Concept of Reengineering

Ch 13 - Introducing the Concept of Reengineering

WHAT IS THE ANSWER?

REENGINEERING - A TRANSFORMATION PROCESS

Key Elements of Reengineering

Process Focused

Managing Change and Risk

Document Improvement

BEST PRACTICES FOR REENGINEERING PROJECTS

SUMMARY

EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS

  1. When worksite health promotion programs run into problems, there are a number of different strategies which organizations can take, reengineering being one of those strategies. Cox notes six other strategies which organizations can take. Briefly list and discuss what you feel are the most important four strategies. (4 points)
  2. Briefly list six of the 13 criteria which Cox presents as indications of the need for health promotion program reengineering. (6 points)
  3. What is "business process reengineering" and how is it related to worksite health promotion? (4 points)
  4. Define and discuss the three components of reengineering according to Cox. (9 points)
  5. Cox presents a number of "best practices" in reengineering (Carr and Johansson, 1995). In your own words, list and elaborateon any five of them. (5 points)

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