Companies need to undergo change all the time. But when do slight improvements need to be made and when is radical change a necessity? That’s where process reengineering and continuous improvement come into play.
Each is vital to the success of a company but can’t be used to handle the same set of changes. Optimizing your business operations means knowing when to make continuous improvements and when to use process reengineering efforts.
So, when’s the right time to use what?
- Diving into process reengineering
- A look at continuous improvement
- What is the difference between process reengineering and continuous improvement?
- Process reengineering vs continuous improvement: Which should you pick?
- Optimizing your processes looks different for everyone