An investigation of perception of business process reengineering in Indian manufacturing industry

Amrita, M. A. and Aisha Sheriff (2016) An investigation of perception of business process reengineering in Indian manufacturing industry. European Journal of Business and Management, 8 (4). pp. 152-158. ISSN 2222-2839

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The progress of manufacturing industry still sets the tone for the overall business cycle and the health of this sector is very much at the core of India's socio-economic fabric and hence the Government of India is erecting a pentagon of corridor to boost manufacturing sector and to project India as a Global Manufacturing hub of the world. To compete globally Indian manufacturing sector needs to undergo radical change and Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is one such tool for competing in the dynamic business environment. Although BPR as change initiative has various methodologies, techniques and tools for implementation, but these methodologies fail to demonstrate their effectiveness in the absence of clear understanding and the perceptions of the employees towards the initiative. Based on the perception, the organization will identify the right approach towards the BPR implementation and develop relevant appropriate plans for smooth and successful BPR effort.This study aims at investigating the several understandings of BPR in various manufacturing sectors across India by gaging the perception of the internal customers towards BPR effort . The primary data was collected from the various manufacturing industries comprising of Small Scale , Medium scale , Large scale, Very Large scale and Multi National Companies across India using structured self-administered questionnaire. Upon investigation using One-way ANOVA , it is observed that the Indian manufacturing industry has positive approach towards BPR effort across different scales of the organizations and hence makes it fertile for change initiatives.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: G Commerce > Business Administration
Divisions: Department of > Business Administrations
Depositing User: Arshiya Kousar
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2019 07:42
Last Modified: 18 Dec 2019 05:41

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