Business Process Management
Business process management is a process of designing and maintaining the environment in which individuals, working together in groups, efficiently achieving selected goals. This basic definition needs to be expanded as managers carry out managerial function planning, organizing, staff, lead and control. Management applies to all types of organizations. This applies to managers at all levels of the organization. The purpose of all managers is to make a surplus. Managing is related to productivity that implies effectiveness and efficiency.
Many scholars and managers have found that business process management analysis is facilitated by useful and clear knowledge organizations. In learning management, it is very helpful to break it into five managerial functions involving planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling. Knowledge that underlies these functions is arranged in around five of these functions.
Managers are charged with the responsibility of taking action that will enable individuals to make their best contributions to group goals. Management applies to small and large organizations, to be profitable and not a non-profit business, for manufacturing and service industry. The term enterprise refers to business, government institutions, hospitals, universities and other organizations. In business process management, all managers perform managerial functions. However, the time spent on each function may be different. The top level manager spends more time on planning and organizing rather than doing lower level managers. On the other hand, on the other hand, requires a lot of time for first-line supervisor. The difference in the amount of time spent on controlling only varies a little for managers at various levels.
Business process management, like all other practices such as drugs, techniques or baseball, is art. This knows-how. This does things with the reality of the situation. But managers can work better by using organized knowledge about management. This knowledge is the science. Thus, manage as practice is art; Organized knowledge that underlies practice can be called science.