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  • Business process reengineering

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  • The poems have all been published previously, but only in collectable or hard-to-find volumes, so it's great that the BPR is making them more widely available.

    The Works of Tim Powers » Two New Powers Items…

  • Those who looked for the true meaning of “business process re-engineering,” the most overtly Taylorist of recent management fads, were ultimately rewarded with such gems of vacuity as “BPR is taking a blank sheet of paper to your business!” and “BPR means re-thinking everything, everything!”

    The Management Myth

  • Tabunganku will be available at 70 commercial banks and 910 rural banks (locally known by the acronym BPR).

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • Oftentimes, BPR is just a speedy commuter, but sometimes he/she’s a cyclist who’s clearly just chose the trail to get in a workout at rush hour.

    Slow Down, Bike Path Racer! « PubliCola

  • At these 2 1/2-hour meetings, known as BPR for business plan review, he requires his direct reports to post more than 300 charts, each of them color-coded red, yellow, or green to indicate problems, caution, or progress.

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  • The key to BPR is for organizations to look at their business processes from a "clean slate" perspective and determine how they can best construct these processes to improve how they conduct business 'Business process reengineering is also known as BPR, Business Process Redesign, Business Transformation, or Business Process Change Management.

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  • They focus on various areas such as BPR, Supply Chain,

    IT Management from ComputerWeekly.com

  • "Isn't this the proof of the existence of a system, in which friends are placed in key positions so that they can give contracts to firms, such as BPR, where Senator Housakos worked?"

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  • The ironic thing is that the BPR complaint - oblivious, self-absorbed people walking several abreast - is the same complaint that aggressive drivers have on the road.

    Slow Down, Bike Path Racer! « PubliCola

  • She's not a BPR, but still learned a lesson about having patience while on mixed-use paths.

    Slow Down, Bike Path Racer! « PubliCola

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