BPR IN ETHIOPIAN PDF
Objective: To enable participants understand the role of Business Process Reengineering (BPR) and acquire knowledge and skills on how to study BPR so that. Buy Business Process Reengineering (BPR) in Ethiopian Public Universities: BPR implementation challenges by Naod Mekonnen (ISBN: ) from. Request PDF on ResearchGate | The Design and Implementation of Business Process Reengineering in the Ethiopian Public Sector: an assessment of four.
|Published (Last):||18 May 2016|
|PDF File Size:||4.98 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||20.38 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Abstract Sincethe government of Ethiopia has embarked on reforming its civil service organizations with the objective of improving the public sector service delivery system. The model helps to determine from which perspective to reengineer the processes of an organization – either to seek efficiency or to enhance capacity.
Featuring journals from 32 Countries: Matching the statuses of civil service organizations in Ethiopia to this model indicates that BPR should be considered to seek evolutionary changes. The Design and Implementation of Business Process Reengineering in the Ethiopian Ni Sector An Assessment of Four Organizations by Atkilt LnTesfaye Debela Inthe Ethiopian government introduced the Civil Service Reform Program CSRP to disentangle the intricacies of the old bureaucratic system, and to build a fair, responsible, efficient, ethical and transparent civil service that accelerates and sustains the economic development of the country.
In this regard, there are claims and counter-claims on the effectiveness of BPR implementation in improving the performance of public organizations.
Motivated by such claims, this research has assessed the design, challenges, implementation and ethiopizn of BPR in four public organizations using questionnaires, interviews, observations and review of secondary sources. These stages are automation, horizontal integration, BPR, network redesign and organizational scope redefinition. Inthe Ethiopian government introduced the Civil Service Reform Program CSRP to disentangle the intricacies bppr the old bureaucratic system, and to build a fair, responsible, efficient, ethical and transparent civil service that accelerates and sustains the economic development of the country.
Hence, it is important to introduce a conceptual framework and a working model that facilitate the implementation of BPR in a particular civil service organization.
Business Process Re-engineering /BPR/ |
The government sponsored a lot of management training programs to enhance the capacities of civil service employees and to implement Result Based Performance Management System in all of its civil service organizations. Venktramen has developed the five stages of organizational transformation model. However, the characteristics of government organizations are different from corporate organizations.
Business process reengineering in Ethiopian public organizations: In conclusion, considering the human resource and the technological capacities of Ethiopian civil service organizations, BPR can bring incremental benefit and evolutionary transformation instead of dramatic and radical change for foreseeable future to come.
ethilpian However, lack of competent personnel, prevalence of attitudinal problems and absence of a strong institutional framework constrained the success of the reform. Don’t see your favourite store? Problems of Nigerian Administration edited by Humphrey N. For this reason, most corporations used BPR as transformation tool during the s and s.
Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Available from these stores Don’t see your favourite store?
Journal of Business and Administrative Studies
Our eBooks are available from many more retailers, simply search with the ISBN to find it somewhere else. These distinguishing features constrain government organizations from emulating the BPR experiences of corporate ones.
Though this brought some improvements in the performance of some civil service organizations, the effort required was too much as compared to the benefits obtained.