Making employees aware of mutual possibilities and capabilities , in order to fulfill their assignments quickly , efficiently and in an organized way;
The concept of process oriented organization is based on process approach. Each process is characterized by key efficiency indicators , and their monitoring enables more efficient organizational management. If you manage activities and resources as if you manage process, you can achieve desirable results more efficiently.
There is need for extremely effective, flexible and dynamic organizational structures, because of stiff competition in a market. The number of authority levels depends on the company size. Specific employee roles are performed by grouping tasks.
Prudent considers process approach management to be a paradigm for improving business results, with the aim of:
Enabling employees to respond to all environmental changes and market requirements more quickly than their competitors.
An organization is a part of the company that is developed continuously. This development is characterized by constant tensions , because of need for permanent diversification of roles in an organization and greater integration of different functions. An organization is an integral part of society and company’s business activity should be observed as an open system that is ready to quickly and efficiently respond to all environmental changes. Business process management is based on business approach to managing changes ,in order to improve business processes. The aim is achieving business goals, and changes encompass the whole process life cycle , from defining to performing.
How can Prudent help you?
Prudent can help you with process approach improvement and business process management. Using its knowledge and counseling services Prudent can also help you to get answers to these questions:
- Are employees of an organization occupied with strategic management?
- Are organizational objectives measurable and clearly defined? Are all members of an organization informed about them?
- Is there appropriate organization’s structure?
- What is organizational culture like? Does it support company mission and organizational aims?
- Does a company attract suitable profile applicants?
- Are applicant selection procedures effective?
- Does an organization provide adequate employee training?
- Are job description and job specification clearly formulated?
- Are jobs efficiently created?
- What level is employee morale?
- What level is employment fluctuation?
- Are there adequate employee compensation and rewards programs?
- Are there adequate disciplinary measures and employee control in the workplace?