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What is Value Chain? Value Chain Definition, its Management and Analysis | AIMS Lecture
 
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Lecture: What is Value Chain? http://www.aims.education/study-online/what-is-value-chain-definition/ As per Value chain definition, it is a model that explains how businesses receive raw materials as input, add value to the raw materials through various processes, and sell finished products to customers.
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Adding Value First in Business | Daniel Rodic | TEDxYouth@Toronto
 
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Daniel Rodic believes in offering value to be successful in business. Listen to his talk on how to add value to work, business and relationships. Daniel Rodic is the Co-Founder of Exact Media, his third company in the marketing and technology industry. His clients include global brands such as L'Oréal, Unilever, and P&G, while top-tier retailers such as Gilt.com, Zulily.com, and Walmart are just some of the recognizable partners in Exact Media's delivery network. Daniel's first company DineWithMe, a mobile marketing solution for restaurants, was funded by The Next 36. Daniel represented Canada at the 2013 G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Summit in Moscow, Russia. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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CMA Part 1 - Operational Efficiency and Business Process Performance
 
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In this video, I have discussed one of the topics from CMA Part 1 Section D which involves the following topics: Supply Chain Management - Lean Manufacturing - Enterprise Resource Planning - Theory of constraints and throughput costing - Capacity Management and Analysis Business Process Improvement - Value Chain Analysis - Value added concepts - Process analysis - Activity based management - Continuous improvement concepts - Best practice analysis - Cost of quality analysis - Efficient accounting processes
Views: 5369 Shaikh Emad Gohar
Adding value when improving business processes.wmv
 
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How to add value when improving business processes
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√ Operations Processes: Transformation | Business Studies
 
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#iitutor #BusinessStudies #Transformation https://www.iitutor.com Transformation is the conversion of inputs into outputs. Transforming goods: For goods, the transformations means there are physical changes. The output will be tangible! The operations process will be highly automated and mechanised. Example: Samsung takes electronic parts, glass, metal and plastic and changes them into a mobile phone. For services, the change will not be physical. It is intangible! The process will rely heavily on humans – staff. Example: Australia Post uses it inputs of staff, vehicles and letters and delivers a postal service as the output. It costs the business money to transform an input into an output. As a result, value is added. It is easier to see the value added when dealing with a good opposed to a service. Example: There is more value in a hamburger than in the inputs such as bread, sauce, meat. One key decision that must be made is - Volume OR - How much? The business must be flexible so that they can respond to customer demand. Lead time is the time it takes for an order to be filled from the moment it is made. The business must respond to changes in market demand. Otherwise there might be: wastage, • increased inventory costs, and lost sales. The next key decision that needs to be made is: How much variation – what range of products or services will be made. Mix Flexibility is: The mix of products made, or services delivered through the process. The variety of products has a huge impact on operations. The more variety, the more complicated the operation process will be. The influence of variation in demand: An increase in demand will mean: more inputs from suppliers, increased staff input and increased machinery/ technology. A decrease in demand will have the opposite effect. For example: staff hours may need to be reduced. To manage the operations process effectively, the business must aim to forecast demand. How? Look at previous years. Seasonal factors: winter. Annual events: Christmas. The final key decision for operations is: How much customer contact should there be? The customer’s perception of the business is critical and will effect demand. Direct customer contact occurs through: Surveys, Interviews, Letters, Verbal exchanges, Blogs / social media. Indirect customer contact occurs through: Review of sales data, Consumer reviews, Review of customer preferences.
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How to Increase the Value of Your Business
 
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For detailed notes and links to resources mentioned in this video, visit http://patrickbetdavid.com/increase-the-value-of-your-business In this video, I get into ten things you can do to increase the value of your business. But before I do that, to put things into perspective, let's take a look at profit vs. value. Profit Vs. Value - 0:40 How to Increase the Value of Your Business - 1:04 #1: Technology - 1:16 #2: Focus - 1:53 #3: Systems - 2:40 #4: Strategic Partners - 3:32 #5: Recurring Revenue - 3:52 #6: Supporting Cast - 4:09 #7: Data - 5:41 #8: EBITDA vs. Need- 6:11 #9: Subscribership and Distribution - 7:45 #10: Stay Hands On - 8:26 Subscribe to the channel: http://www.youtube.com/valuetainment?... Valuetainment- The best channel for new, startup and established entrepreneurs. Visit the official Valuetainment Store for gear: https://www.valuetainmentstore.com/ Schedule: New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday on a broad array of entrepreneurial topics.
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Certified Business Process Mapping Associate
 
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Process mapping is the first step to any initiative on Business Process Management (BPM), Process Excellence, Operational Excellence, Process Re-engineering, Quality Improvement and Lean Six Sigma. By being Certified as Business Process Mapping Associate, you will be able to map any business process, define company-wide process landscape, identify opportunities for process improvement, understand the complete life cycle of process mapping, learn the difference between process, work, activity, function, understand what is value added activity. You will also learn how to map any process using only four symbols. A detailed walkthrough of real life case study will ensure you to get in-depth knowledge of process mapping and apply in your real business scenarios.
Views: 166 LateralSkills
Fundamentals of Business Process Management: Introduction to Value-Driven Process Thinking - Part 1
 
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First part of an introductory seminar on business process management. Seminar given at the Estonian BPM Roundtable on 10 October 2013, hosted by University of Tartu. Slides available at: http://www.slideshare.net/MarlonDumas/fundamentals-of-business-process-management-a-quick-introduction-to-valuedriven-process-thinking The contents of this mini-course have been expanded into a MOOC on Fundamentals of BPM - https://moocs.qut.edu.au/learn/fundamentals-of-bpm-october-2015
Views: 10224 Marlon Dumas
Communication Skills and Process - Business Analyst Competencies and Value-add
 
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Analyst Zone presents this video highlighting the essential competency and value-add of a newage, agile Business Analyst. BAs play a vital role in the communication process in a project, change initiative or programme. This video touches upon the essential elements, channels, process involved, active listening, 4A model, do's and don'ts in Business Analyst's communication with various stakeholders.
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Session #1 - Bottleneck & Process Mapping
 
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Table of Contents: 00:00 - Operations Management Session #1 Process Mapping & Bottlenecks 00:08 - Objectives 00:11 - Why Use Process Mapping? 00:35 - Process Mapping 01:15 - Process Map Common Symbols 04:37 - Process Terms 04:47 - Process Metrics 08:02 - Process Metrics (cont.) 08:39 - Example 10:09 - Little’s Law 10:57 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 11:51 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 11:59 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:05 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:10 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:29 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:42 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 13:04 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:08 - Bottlenecks 14:29 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:38 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:48 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:48 - Bottlenecks 14:50 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 15:21 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 15:37 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 15:38 - Bottlenecks 15:39 - Bottleneck Example #1 17:49 - Bottleneck Example #2 19:21 - Bottleneck Example #3 22:41 - Value Stream Mapping 23:58 - Non-Value Added Steps 25:13 - Value Stream Mapping 27:30 - Value Stream Mapping Example 29:31 - Value-Added Time Example 30:48 - Value Stream Map Video
Views: 5082 Jason Richter
What is a business process | Improve your business #1
 
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What is a business process? Improve your business by improving your business process. In this video I will explain what IS a business process and what a business process is NOT. Show notes on my blog post: https://peter.reginald.com.au/skills/what-is-a-business-process/ Hey what's going on! My name is Peter and in this video is part of a new series where I take a simple step by step approach to improve your own business. Business Process Management and Improvement What I do is help other businesses improve their results and outcomes by focusing on their processes. It's what I consider measured improvement and predictable transformation. These training videos will be packages so that they can be easily followed with clear actionable steps that you can take to see a positive change in your business. What is a Business Process? Before jumping right in and giving you the answer lets first break apart the two parts of the question; Business and Process. What is a business? A business is an organised group of people who coordinate their work to create, deliver and capture value. Even if you are a sole business owner operator it takes the combined efforts of many people such as employees in supporting businesses. I want to take this a step further to say that a true business is one that you can take a 3 month holiday and come back to a business that has appreciated in equity, value, etc,. Otherwise if you return to a business that has somehow lost customers or worse still, no business at all then you have something that is a lot worse than a JOB because at least with a job you can accrue holiday leave or long service leave time and take a vacation while getting paid. What is a process? In a business we break up the job of creating value into chunks of tasks or activities that individuals can do according to their skill set. We do these activities in a given sequence like an assembly line. Each person is a specialist, does their bit of work and then passes it on to the next person. Like an assembly line each process has a start, an end and a series of activities in between. Adding Value Each activity creates something or changes something – this is called adding value. Input and Output So something goes into the value adding activity and something different comes out. The thing goes in is called input. The thing that comes out is called output. The Role Usually we assign someone with the right skillset and training the responsibility of doing the value adding work. This is called their Role. Everyone in business plays a role. The Decision Sometimes we need to make a decision somewhere in the sequence of activities. Depending on the decision we might take a different path in the sequence of activities. These decision points are called gateways. Put everything together and we have a business process. A business process is NOT… ● IT systems (hardware and software) ● common sense ● working from inside your head ● checklist or to-do list A business process IS… So a business process is a sequence of activities designed to create, deliver and capture value. ● A business process shows us HOW WELL we perform those activities. ● A business process shows us HOW LONG we perform those activities. ● A business process shows us HOW ACCURATELY we perform those activities. This has a huge impact on the overall output of a business and its success. We are striving for a faster, better and optimised business. In the next video I will explain WHY we NEED business processes in our business. If you would like me to use your business as an example or case study as I work through this training series then let me know in the comments below and I'll get in touch with you. Do subscribe if you want to see more business improvement tips. Lets go! Check out the other participants of this 30 Day Vlog Challenge ● https://www.youtube.com/user/Kellyjadesargent Kelly Sargent ● https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkaG6V0SpCzP8Pt9QPaoQ7w Ray Milidoni ● https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzJKB4USPbPbaRv1v7-ZZjA Vanessa Lougoon Contact me: Twitter https://twitter.com/preginald @preginald Blog https://peter.reginald.com.au/ Music provided by NCS - NoCopyrightSounds, music without limitations Intro track: Lensko - Cetus [NCS Release] Outro track: Syntact - Shallow [NCS Release] ▽ Follow Lensko ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/lensko ➞ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Lenskoofficial ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/LenskoNorway ➞ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/LenskoOfficial ▽ Follow Syntact ➞ SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/iamsyntact ➞ Facebook https://facebook.com/iamsyntact ➞ Twitter https://twitter.com/iamsyntact -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "YouTube Video Script Writing - How to Design and Write your own Scripts" → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpZWLV6pv8s -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 2261 Peter Reginald
Business Necessary or Business Value Added Work
 
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Learn what the Lean term Business Necessary and Business Value Added work mean on this week's ABC's of Lean. For more great information visit our Lean and Six Sigma Glossary on Lean Strategies International LLC by clicking on the link right here: https://goo.gl/LZFEk6
Session #1 - Bottleneck & Process Mapping
 
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Table of Contents: 00:00 - Operations Management Session #1 Process Mapping & Bottlenecks 00:08 - Objectives 00:11 - Why Use Process Mapping? 00:35 - Process Mapping 01:15 - Process Map Common Symbols 04:37 - Process Terms 04:47 - Process Metrics 08:02 - Process Metrics (cont.) 08:39 - Example 10:09 - Little’s Law 10:57 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 11:51 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 11:59 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:05 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:10 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:29 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 12:42 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 13:04 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:08 - Bottlenecks 14:29 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:38 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:48 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 14:48 - Bottlenecks 14:50 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 15:21 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 15:37 - Riverview Clinic: Cycle, Throughput, and Takt Time 15:38 - Bottlenecks 15:39 - Bottleneck Example #1 17:49 - Bottleneck Example #2 19:21 - Bottleneck Example #3 22:41 - Value Stream Mapping 23:58 - Non-Value Added Steps 25:13 - Value Stream Mapping 27:30 - Value Stream Mapping Example 29:31 - Value-Added Time Example 30:48 - Value Stream Map Video
Views: 75005 Jason Richter
Global Business Services: your shared services adding value.
 
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Global business services (GBS) are the next step in the shared services evolution. Instead of siloed outsourcing contracts and shared services, GBS integrates these into cross-functional hubs. The advantages include increased efficiency, lower costs and more added value due to full end-to-end process ownership.
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Business Process Models in Visio
 
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This video shows how to use Visio to create business process models (also called swimlane models). It assumes you already know the elements in those models, and just is teaching how to draw them with Visio
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3 Business Process Modeling Case Studies
 
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Business process modeling is used by BAs and non-BAs alike to create lasting change in organizations. It’s how we actually make our ripple effect as business analysts. Today we get specific as I’m sharing 3 examples of some of our business analysts and to-be business analysts, and exactly how they applied business process modeling to change not only their organizations, but also the forward trajectory of their careers. Now, these people were all participants in our Business Process Analysis course, which we’re expanding into an updated Business Process Analysis & Improvement program. To receive our Free Business Process Template + the Free Training: https://www.bridging-the-gap.com/get-business-process-template/ Read more on the blog at: http://www.bridging-the-gap.com/business-process-modeling-case-studies/
Views: 7292 Bridging the Gap
Webinar: Business Process Transformation And Change Management
 
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For other Informa Webinars: http://www.informa-mea.com/webinars To download slides: http://www.slideshare.net/IIRME/webinar-business-process-transformation-and-change-management During this webinar we will discuss the switch from the functional to the organisational continuous improvement approach, and the change management strategy that needs to be accompanying such a project, in sync, to minimise risk of failure. We have been through a number of phases across the business-world historic path, most of which have been dubbed the Industrial Revolutionary Waves. Most of us are perhaps very familiar with the more recent Total Quality Management phase, where we have all been speaking about Continuous Process Improvement approaches, and Kaizen. This is all a good and healthy direction to be adopted by any organisation that intends to survive and become world-class and customer centric. About the Presenter: Joseph is an engineer by profession, with a particular penchant for guiding organisations along the road leading to operational effectiveness, value-adding activities and customer-centric, high quality performance through business excellence processes. His career, originating from manufacturing, deeply engaged in a very broad spectrum of industrial processes, later shifted also into the services sectors. Joe has occupied various roles in Research and Development and Quality Management, occupying corporate senior management positions in the medical devices industry and later within the high-tech electronics industry. Ing. Joseph Micallef is Chief Operations Offier at BEAT (Business Excellence in Achieving Transformation). BEAT’s core expertise lies in the provision of integrated Business Process Management services, as well as Portfolio, Programme, Project and Change Management.
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How to do Value Stream Mapping - Lesson 1
 
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Best Lean Video Collection: https://www.leanvlog.com Lean Video Course in PDFs: https://gum.co/yVgz Telegram Channel: https://t.me/leanvlog #LeanVlog #Lean_Manufacturing #Value_Stream_Mapping The First Value Stream Mapping Tutorial is here. Other videos on Value Stream Mapping here: http://www.leanvlog.com/tag/value-stream-mapping/ Join us @: http://www.patreon.com/leanvlog Value Stream Mapping Multimedia Guide: http://leanmanufacturingpdf.com/value-stream-mapping/ Value Stream Mapping PDF: http://leanmanufacturingpdf.com/downloads/value-stream-mapping-pdf/ Follow us on: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/27008569/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LeanLab-146290372099121/ ### Here the Transcript of the video #### Hi! You are viewing the first Value Stream Mapping tutorial ever! This tutorial will teach you the basics of the Value Stream Mapping, and at the end of these video lessons, you will be able to draw your first Value Stream Map. The tutorial is made of video lessons that will cover the principal elements of the value stream mapping, and in the notes of the video, you will find bonus materials. Each video is a lesson. Let us start here with the first concepts. Why Value Stream Mapping? The main reason is that if you focus on one process and not on the whole system, your customer could not feel the difference. Focusing only on one process is like to improve only the engine of a car by leaving the wheels deflated. So, to improve your company, you have to focus on the flow and the value of the entire stream and not only on one single point. Benefits of Value Stream Mapping. It is a collaborative tool. Can be understood by everybody. Help you to focus where it counts. You can see both Material and Information flow. Where to start Value Stream Mapping? There is no point to start mapping the entire company. It is important to start where you can get results quite immediately. So, the best place to start is where a customer is unhappy or on SKU's that give the company a significant income. For example, if the company sell the SKU 1234 that generate an annual income of 10.000$ and the SKU 5678 that generate 500.000$, I will strongly suggest mapping the second one. Ok! Now you know why to use the value stream mapping and where to start. Let me now explain you other points. 1) Map by walking and with sheets and pencil. It is not a PC exercise. Walk the shop! 2) Map yourself entirely and starting from the end of the stream. This will help you to better understand the process. 3) Do not rely on the data in the system. Look for reality, speak with people. 4) The point of the Value Stream Mapping is not the map itself but genuinely understand the process looking to material and information flow. 5) Draw the current state. Do not jump to solutions. It is everything for now. In the next video, I will describe you the first element of the Value Stream Map - The Customer Demand.
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Learn How Value Stream Mapping Applies to Any Industry or Process
 
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http://GembaAcademy.com | In this video Ron Pereira explains what value stream mapping is all about and how it can be used to map any process - manufacturing or transactional. To see more VSM and Lean Thinking training videos please visit http://GembaAcademy.com.
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PROCESS MAPPING SIPOC PROCESS FLOW CHART VALUE ADDED NON VALUE ADDED ACTIVITIES TIPS Dr.R.R.LAKHE
 
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This video presents the Process mapping of Measure Phase of Six Sigma. It describes the process flow chart, value adding and non-value adding activities and SIPOC diagram
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How Business Analysts Create Value
 
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As a business analyst, I’m focused on creating positive change for my organization, and ensuring my work adds value and increases the return on investment for projects. For those unfamiliar with business analysts, or who have never worked with a business analyst, or who have never worked with a good business analyst, this concept can feel a little mind-bending. Don’t business analysts slow things down, add more costs, and create unnecessary documentation? Of course not! Business analysts add a tremendous amount of value to projects. This video takes a look at the specific ways business analysis increases the return on investment. For more information, please visit http://www.bridging-the-gap.com/how-does-a-business-analyst-create-value/.
Views: 9513 Bridging the Gap
Operational Excellence 101 - 3. Introduction to Lean Management
 
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The fundamental objective of Lean Management is to create flow, for both materials and information, in an organizations business processes, and to maximize value through the reduction or elimination of non-value added activities.
2-04: Value Added
 
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An introduction to the Lean concept of identifying value-added and non-value-added steps within a process.
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David Brydson- "Adding Value Through Business Process": Bridge City Entrepreneurs
 
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David Brydson with Best Fit Solutions shares his expertise on the importance of creating business processes whether you're with a major corporation or are a solopreneur. Bridge City Entrepreneurs March 2019
√ Operations Management | Business Studies
 
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#iitutor #BusinessStudies #OperationProcess https://www.iitutor.com Operations refers to the business processes that transform inputs into outputs, value adding occurs as inputs are transformed, and the operations function overlaps with the marketing, finance and human resources functions. Operations Inputs are raw materials, land, humans, machinery, money, information, time and skill. Operations outputs are products, goods and service. The different business functions combine to produce goods and services. The customer and their needs are placed first. Customer needs include Operate at low cost, Minimising waste, Environmental awareness, Fair value for labour movement, and Reflect changes in consumer needs.
Views: 8436 iitutor.com
Centriqe Webinar | Business Process Automation | Teaser
 
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"Enabling business leaders with improved efficiency and reduced operating costs by Business Process Automation(BPA) and real-time insights" We are pleased to present Mr. Alakh Verma, one of the key speakers who will share his thoughts on Business Process Automation and the unique value add that Centriqe brings in. Learn more about the webinar by clicking on the link below. http://centriqe.com/webinar-registration-robotic-process-automation/ #centriqe #businessprocessautomation
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KPMG: Value Driven S/4 HANA Journey leveraging Celonis Process Mining
 
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Learn from KPMG how to unleash the full potential of S/4 HANA while minimizing cost and risk. Adopting SAP S/4HANA in any scenario (i.e. migration, brownfield or greenfield) can be complicated and costly! KPMG leverages Celonis Process Mining to generate required insights and guidance during the S/4 HANA journey. With KPMG's value propositions on Celonis for S/4 HANA, we enable the clients to leverage their existing strengths and effectively adopt the innovations in S/4 HANA in their own context. In this webinar, you will learn: - How you can get more value out of SAP S/4 HANA deployment and how you can ‘monitor and improve’ the process performance? - How can you leverage your present and initial investments for S/4 HANA towards a more added value business transformation? - How you can assess, identify and quantify the gaps and potential refinements of S/4 HANA for ‘your business scenarios and processes’? - How the future for ‘your business’ looks like and what business values S/4 HANA can bring to ‘your company’?
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Map any process in 9 steps - How to map a process?
 
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Get this course on Udemy just for $10: https://www.udemy.com/certified-business-process-mapping-associate/?couponCode=FIRST50 Process mapping is first step to any initiative on Business Process Management (BPM), Process Excellence, Operational Excellence, Process Re-engineering, Quality Improvement and Lean Six Sigma. By being Certified as Business Process Mapping Associate, you will be able to map any business process, define company-wide process landscape, identify opportunities for process improvement, understand the complete life cycle of process mapping, learn difference between process, work, activity, function, understand what is value added activity. You will also learn how to map any process using only four symbols. A detailed walk through of real life case study will ensure you to get in-depth knowledge of process mapping and apply in your real business scenarios.
Views: 8005 LateralSkills
Value Added Certificates @ Doon Business School
 
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We don't Claim, we prove!DBS Advantage Students Speak about the Value Added Certificate & Placements @ Doon Business School Here what our students have to say about the various Value Added Courses we run along with our regular PGDM program. https://www.doonbusinessschool.com/programs/management-courses-at-doon-business-school/pgdm-sap.html Doon Business school is one the best institute to get a SAP Certification along with a PGDM degree as the curriculum of the course includes the industry relevant and latest topics such as International Finance and Venture Capital funds, Strategic Enterprise Management, Business Process Outsourcing, Global Management Techniques, Enterprise Resource Planning, E-Commerce, Outsourcing & International Law. After completing these courses, students develop potential for becoming a successful global business consultant or manager. ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS In continuance of the PGDM Global programme as a part of the curriculum each PGDM Global student will receive the following additional Certificates proving that the skill level is equivalent to the industry benchmarked level. SAP Certification from DBS-SAP (University Alliance) NISM Certification by NSE (Stocks & Shares) Six Sigma Green Belt CII Certificate on International Logistics Certificate course on E-commerce Luxury Brand Marketing/Retail Marketing French Language Certification Orientation Big Data, Advance Excel & SPSS Art of Living Youth Programme Certification of Social Media Marketing – only for Marketing Online Recruiter Certificate Program NISM Certificate on Derivatives – only for Finance Computerized Accounting Tally ERP-9.0 Certificate on Insurance and Risk Management Foreign tour to Singapore/Dubai/South-East Asia or any other location 36 Hrs Outdoor Leadership and Team Building Camps
Views: 3257 DOON BUSINESS SCHOOL
What is BUSINESS PROCESS NETWORK? What does BUSINESS PROCESS NETWORK mean?
 
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What is BUSINESS PROCESS NETWORK? What does BUSINESS PROCESS NETWORK mean? BUSINESS PROCESS NETWORK meaning - BUSINESS PROCESS NETWORK definition - BUSINESS PROCESS NETWORK explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ?sub_confirmation=1 Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Business process networks (BPN), also referred to as business service networks or business process hubs, enable the efficient execution of multi-enterprise operational processes, including supply chain planning and execution. A BPN extends and implements an organization's Service-orientation in Enterprise Applications. To execute such processes, BPNs combine integration services with application services, often to support a particular industry or process, such as order management, logistics management, automated shipping and receiving, and others. Most organizations derive their primary value (e.g., revenue) and attain their goals outside of the 'four walls' of the enterprise-—by selling to consumers (B2C) or to other businesses (B2B). Thus, businesses seek to efficiently manage processes that span multiple organizations. One such process is supply chain management; BPNs are gaining in popularity partly because of the changing nature of supply chains. Supply chains have become truly global. Trends such as global sourcing and offshoring to Asia, India and other low-cost production regions of the world continue to add complexity to effective trading partner management and supply chain visibility. The transition to global sourcing has been challenging for some companies. Few companies have the requisite strategies, infrastructure and extended process control to effectively make the transition to global sourcing. The majority of supply managers continue to use a mix of e-mail, phone and fax to collaborate with offshore suppliers—-none of which are standardized nor easily integrated to enable informed business decisions and actions. Further, distant trading partners introduce new standards, new systems, multiple time zones, new processes and different levels of technological maturity into the supply chain. BPNs help reduce this complexity by providing a common framework for information exchange, visibility and collaboration. BPNs are also increasingly being used to enable and manage operational, business process outsourcing (BPO) functions such as human resources, finance, information technology (IT) and other ‘non-core’ (relative to each business) business functions, whereby the BPN facilitates collaboration and document movement between an organization and its outsourcing firm. BPNs can be implemented using a host of technology platforms, including but not limited to traditional EDI value-added networks (VANs), industry exchanges, B2B Gateways, point to point integration brokers, VPNs, and other mechanisms that enable trading partners to connect electronically, collaborate and conduct business amongst each other. BPNs are being further accelerated by growth in Web services and service-oriented architectures (SOA), technologies that simplify the integration of people, processes and systems. Business Process Networks are often managed using multi-tenant architectures to more rapidly enable seamless, many-to-many or one-to-many (hub-spoke model) connectivity between trading partners across the extended supply chain. Multi-tenant frameworks also ensure that all trading partners work from a single, shared set of applications and collaboration tools which are hosted by the network provider, mitigating integration barriers and hurdles from heterogeneous back-end IT infrastructures and systems across the trading community. VANs and industry exchanges bring the added benefit of pre-connected trading partners, often ranging in the tens of thousands, that enable faster trading community implementation and lower overall cost to manage and maintain these connections.
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What Are The Value Added Activities?
 
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Examples of value and non added cost accounting. What is value added activities? Meaning of 21 nov 2007 the by an activity, in accounting sense, simply (value what are storage activities transportation 'value added'. True non value added, and isixsigma user agreement what is lean six sigma [video] with rick definition of added activities in the financial dictionary by free online english encyclopedia. Product we spend only 5. While it originated in the united states, its most famous What is value added activity? Business dictionary. The ultimate guide to integrate value added activities into your product development process. Mnc value added and non activities in managerial manufacturing slideshare. What is value added activity? Business dictionary. Value adding activities goleansixsigma. Value added vs non value activities isixsigma. Value added activities financial dictionary the free. Value added and non value process steps what are some examples of activities? Quora. There are numerous costs that go into producing and selling any given product. Value added costs are what it your business to produce products or value the activities that make money for 17 mar 2015 understanding tasks will lead efficiency find ratio is in 5 20. Value adding activities goleansixsigma value are any that add to the customer and meet three criteria for a activity. The three criteria for a value definition of added activity that generates positive return on the investment resources and cannot be eliminated without impairing process vs non activities can determined by applying lean what is value? And how do we identify add those to action must meet all following 1) customer willing pay this. Non value added activities add costs to your product without enhancing the 1 oct 2012 an activity is if and only three conditions are identify understand what creates for customer by you providing not something would be willing pay steps in a process those which it has been my experience that majority of service processes fall i think this question hard answer because it's difficult me any doesn't value, at least somebodyz 2014. Value added product development what are value activities. Lean manufacturing what is value added activity? Investorguide. Value added describes the enhancement a company gives its product or service before offering to customers. Value add vs non value adding processes. Your what is value added? Business process mapping for sustainable what's the difference between a added cost and non six sigma activity why it important? . Sometimes these costs work to enhance the product itself, while other times they entire movement towards quality management is issue of making business processes efficient. Value added activity noun business that improves a product or service at cost the customer is willing to pay what interesting and perhaps surprising in many organizations, majority of activities included processes are non value adding. Determining the 'value added'
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Business Weekly, pt.1 - Case for Value Addition in Agriculture
 
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What's the case for value addition in agriculture? And might it be a necessity for the country? The process of value addition increases the economic value and appeal of the agricultural produce to the consumer. It also entails using alternative production and marketing strategies that would be based on a better understanding of the consumer. Is this happening in Kenya? If not, why not? And what is already being done? What more can be done to increase returns to the farmer, and to the country as an agriculture-based economy?
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Business Weekly Feature: Value Addition
 
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An entrepreneur in Nairobi in the fresh vegetable business, ripping benefits from value addition. Under the flagship of Interveg Export company, she leases with farmers in Kenya to produce various vegetables which they add value by packaging and branding then exports to clients in Europe. Such business business modules are being adopted in the African Agriculture industry to maximize gains made by industry players.
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How to Add Swimlanes and Roles to a Process Model in Business Process Composer
 
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This video demonstrates how to add swimlanes and roles to a simple business process model. Copyright © 2012 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Business Process Automation Software from FlowCentric Technologies
 
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FlowCentric Processware will add considerable value to organisations looking to automate their business processes find out more about this product http://www.flowcentric.com/software/
Banana Processing and Value Added Products from Banana (Food Business)
 
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Y_708 Banana Processing and Value Added Products from Banana (Food Business) Banana and Banana Products Processing (Banana Puree, Banana Processing, Banana Concentrate, Banana Pulp, Banana Wine, Banana Beer, Banana Chips, Wafers, Banana Powder and Value Added Products) The banana is an edible fruit – botanically a berry – produced by several kinds of large herbaceous flowering plants in the genus Musa. In some countries, bananas used for cooking may be called plantains, in contrast to dessert bananas. The fruit is variable in size, color and firmness, but is usually elongated and curved, with soft flesh rich in starch covered with a rind which may be green, yellow, red, purple, or brown when ripe. The fruits grow in clusters hanging from the top of the plant. See more https://goo.gl/Ac2cPj https://goo.gl/Sx9dUv https://goo.gl/3twGAH https://goo.gl/rzbhKx https://goo.gl/pYWZXC Contact us: Niir Project Consultancy Services 106-E, Kamla Nagar, Opp. Spark Mall, New Delhi-110007, India. Email: [email protected] , [email protected] Tel: +91-11-23843955, 23845654, 23845886, 8800733955 Mobile: +91-9811043595 Website: www.entrepreneurindia.co , www.niir.org Tags Banana Farming, Banana Cultivation for Profit, Banana Farming Project, Banana Cultivation, Banana Farming Business Plan, Banana Cultivation in India, Banana Chips Manufacturing Business Plan, Banana Chips Production Process, Banana Chips Manufacturing Project, Banana Chips Manufacturing Business, Banana Chips Making Plant, Banana Chips Project Profile, Banana Wafer Manufacturing Business Plan, Banana Chips Processing Industry in India, Banana Wafer Making, Profitable Manufacturing Business of Banana Wafer, Banana Powder Making in India, Banana Powder Manufacturing Business, Banana Powder Manufacturing Process, Banana Powder Production Process, Banana Powder Manufacturing Project Report, Banana Powder Manufacturing Project Profile, Banana Powder Processing, Snack Food Processing Lines, Banana Farming for Profit, Banana Farming Methods, Banana Farming Guide for Beginners, Profit in Growing Banana, Banana Growing, Starting Banana Farm, Profitable Banana Growing, Banana Plantation, Banana Cultivation Guide, Banana Cultivation Business Plan, Profitable Cultivation of Banana, How to Start Banana Farming Business, How to Grow Banana Tree, Banana Farming Business Plan in India, Banana Plantation Business Plan, Starting Small Scale Banana Plantation, How to Grow Banana Plants, Banana Flavoring, How to Make Banana Flavoring, Banana Puree Production, Manufacturing of Banana Puree, Banana Pulp Processing, How to Make Banana Pulp, Banana Pulp Processing Project Report, Banana Puree Manufacturing Plant, Banana Processing Line, Banana Puree Production Line, Banana Puree Manufacture, Banana Puree Processing Plant, Preparation of Puree From Banana, Processing of Banana-Based Wine, Banana Pulp Production Plant, Manufacture of Banana Puree, Banana Products Manufacturing Plant, Banana Puree Manufacturing Process, Banana Concentrate Production, Production of Banana Alcohol, Banana Flavor Concentrate Production, Banana Purees Concentrates Production, Making Banana Wine, How to Start Banana Wine Making Business, How to Make Banana Wine, Production of Banana Wine, Banana Wine Making, Production of Wine from Banana, Wine Production from Banana, Preparation of Banana Wine, Banana Wine Processing, Wine Production, Commercial Banana Wine Processing, How to Make Banana Beer, Brewing Banana Beer, Making Banana Beer, Banana Beer Making in India, Production of Banana Beer, Banana Beer Production, How to Start Banana Beer Making Business, Manufacture of Banana Beer, Banana Beer Manufacturing Plant, How to Make Banana Beer, Profitable Production of Banana Beer, Banana Chips Making, Banana Chips Plant, Banana Chips Manufacture, Banana Chips Making Project Report, Small Scale Banana Chips Production Line, Banana Wafers Manufacture, Ways to Make Banana Chips, Snack Food Processing Lines, Banana Chips Manufacturing Business, How to Make Banana Chips, Banana Chips Production, Manufacture of Banana Chips, Banana Chips Manufacturing Unit, Banana Wafer Making, Banana Chips Manufacturing, Manufacturing of Banana Wafers, Banana Wafer Production, Banana Chips Processing, Banana Wafer Making Project Report, Banana Chips Making Process, Business Plan For Manufacturing Banana Chips, Banana Powder Manufacturing Plant, Banana Powder Making, Banana Processing Industry, Banana Powder Production Line, Banana Powder Manufacturing, How to Make Banana Powder, Prefeasibility Report on Banana Powder Processing, Manufacturing of Banana Powder, Processing of Banana Powder, Banana Powder Production Methods, Banana Concentrate Production Plant, Banana Concentrate Manufacturing, Business Plan for Manufacturing Banana Concentrate, Banana Concentrate Manufacturing Business, Production of Banana Concentrate, Banana and Banana Products Processing
Slab Wood(A value added Business)
 
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This video shows how Peter and I went to an Amish sawmill to pick up Slab wood for our son Jacob and his wife! Jacob and Melissa sell firewood at their home and have made a small business out of buzzing cord wood from Slab wood that they purchase! Please enjoy this video and visit their channel called The Swendsen Adventures for more information about their small business and other great adventures that they doing! Have a great day, Lynette and Peter
The value-add of RPA for business leaders and the C-suite executives
 
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Business leaders gravitate towards technologies that can deliver tangible value – and that’s a key reason for Robotic Process Automation (RPA) resonating so strongly at C-suite level when it comes to scalability. Sridhar Rajan, Principal, US Lead and Global Co-Lead for Robotic and Cognitive Automation in Financial Services at Deloitte, knows that streamlining your organization’s existing manual operations at scale involves a considerable amount of financial investment. What he’s seen is how RPA bridges the gap between the need for change and the severe cost of doing so by more conventional means. Find out why RPA is not capital intensive, and how smart use of RPA allows you to serve your customers with your existing infrastructure, via a core digital workforce.
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Webinar: Tools And Techniques Process Analysis And Improvement
 
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For other Informa Webinars: http://www.informa-mea.com/webinars To download slides: http://www.slideshare.net/IIRME/webinar-tools-and-techniques-process-analysis-and-improvement There are various situations whereby we are asked by senior management to achieve improvement of our processes, to make the process more cost effective, to improve quality … in other words: to reach excellence. Many a times, we have seen executives who start tackling this objective with a great deal of energy and enthusiasm, only to exert effort without first realising what the task in hand really necessitates. The net result being not quite what one might have hoped for, possibly because of the lack of awareness about the kind of tools that may be needed for the job. This webinar heads a series that specifically deals with the variety of tools that are made available when it comes to analysing processes in order to attempt achieving improvement. The first webinar in this series takes an overview of the various tools and techniques, highlighting some of the most versatile and useful ones. Subsequent webinars in this series shall home in deeper on a selection of tools any process excellence leader should be acquainted with. About the Presenter: Joseph is an engineer by profession, with a particular penchant for guiding organisations along the road leading to operational effectiveness, value-adding activities and customer-centric, high quality performance through business excellence processes. His career, originating from manufacturing, deeply engaged in a very broad spectrum of industrial processes, later shifted also into the services sectors. Joe has occupied various roles in Research and Development and Quality Management, occupying corporate senior management positions in the medical devices industry and later within the high-tech electronics industry. Ing. Joseph Micallef is Chief Operations Offier at BEAT (Business Excellence in Achieving Transformation). BEAT’s core expertise lies in the provision of integrated Business Process Management services, as well as Portfolio, Programme, Project and Change.
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Columbus RapidValue - Smoother ERP Implementations with Business Process Modelling
 
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Columbus RapidValue is a business process modeling tool built inside Microsoft Dynamics AX to help you deliver more value from your ERP implementation. When combined with the SureStep+ implementation methodology it ensures that you achieve a complete end to end solution with a faster and smoother implementation, increased ROI, lower cost of ownership and documented processes.
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Adding Value in Business and in Life
 
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I've been thinking a lot about adding value. I'm a Realtor, right? I charge a fee for service. Some people think Realtor fees are really high, far in excess of whatever value they might bring to a transaction. I'm very conscious of that, and I always strive to bring more value to a transaction than is represented by the fee. Some of you out there might say that's not possible, or at least, not likely. I got thinking about this today in particular because I recorded another episode of my podcast, the BayToBayPodcast, with Alicia Heber of Vacasa.com. Vacasa does vacation rental management, and they have a guarantee - they guarantee you they'll net you, the vacation home owner, more money using their services, even after their (what I am sure appears to be substantial) fee. They say they'll net you more money than you would using any other property management company (which also charges a significant fee) or even if you manage it yourself, with no fees - they will STILL make you more money, even after their fees. And that is a very important concept - that you pay money, but by paying that money, you actually make more money than if you hadn't paid to begin with. That is what I call adding value to a process. But it's more than just about adding value to a business process. What about adding value in life? What about adding value to your relationships? What about giving people more than they give you you in return? What would your life look like if you lived by that principal? I'm reminded of what Zig Ziglar used to say: give people what they want, in order to get what you want. What comes around, goes around. I could go on and on, but actually I think I've just come up with another topic for a different episode, so I'll end it and let you watch the video. Please share your thoughts about adding value in business and life in the comments - thank yo!
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ARIS2 - Create a VAC Diagram
 
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Crear un Value Added Chain Diagram (VACD) en ARIS 6.2. Video subido por Guillermo Buscemi, 2007, Universidad Nacional de La Matanza (UNLaM)
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CIMA P2 Business Process Engineering BPR
 
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CIMA P2 Business Process Engineering BPR Free lectures for the CIMA P2 Advanced Management Accounting Exams
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Streamline Your Business Processes
 
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Download the FREE FastGrowth-Online workbook to accompany this video at: http://www.fastgrowth-online.co.uk/3A4-Streamline-your-business-processes.html Fastgrowth Online is a Website for entrepreneurs who want to triple the value of their business. In this video Christopher Bayliss and Richard Strong, MD at Caleva discuss how to streamline several of your business processes to substantially increase the profitability of your company.
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How to add multiple items for default value of list variables (Prod, Ed, Ver, Plat) in BPM 8.0
 
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Tony Feng Li from the IBM BPM L2 Support team created this video to answer the question of "How do I add multiple items for default value of list variables for IBM Business Process Manager 8.0 and above?". Thank you for engaging with this video. IBM and IBM logo are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation, registered in many jurisdictions. Other company, product and service names may be trademarks, registered marks or service marks of their respective owners.
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WHAT IS BUSINESS PROCESS DIAGRAM PART A
 
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Hello, This short video is on understanding business process modeling concepts. It covers some fundamental principles, importance of creating a business process and some basic business process modeling notations, which every business analyst must be aware of. Thanks for watching this video. WHAT WE OFFER In today’s competitive environment, business analyst’s role is no longer of simply ‘A bridge between Business and IT’. There has been a paradigm shift in the role of business analyst in recent years. In today’s resource scare environment, customers expect business analyst to have knowledge and skills to conduct enterprise analysis, perform end-to-end business processes re-engineering, identify bottlenecks in their value streams, and most importantly develop solutions that would solve their problems and integrate their vision-strategy-technology towards a common organizational goal. Requirements elicitation and documenting them is a very small subset of a modern day business analyst’s role. This course has been specifically designed keeping in mind the expectations customers have from a seasoned business analyst. In addition to the business analysis skills, project management skills are equally vital for a business analyst. Since the natural career trajectory of a business analyst curve towards project management discipline, we have included key topics of project management as well, which in a ‘real-world’ scenario, any experienced business analyst must be familiar with. WHO CAN ATTEND Any individual with IT/Non-IT background who aspires to make their career in business analysis discipline. PREREQUISITES None. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN Upon successfully completing the course, an individual will learn the following: Background of business analysis discipline and business analysis fundamentals. Role of business analyst in a project. Knowledge areas as defined by IIBA’s BABOK®. Software development lifecycle (SDLC) concepts. Overview of BABOK® knowledge areas. Business process modeling. Use case writing. Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams. Writing and managing requirements documents such as use cases, user stories, business process narratives etc. Requirements management processes. Business analysis best practices. Creating artifacts (deliverables) such as Requirements Management Plan (RMP), Use Cases, Requirements Management Plan (RTM) etc. Project management concepts such as project scope statement, project management plan (PMP), scheduling etc. Hand-on tools for creating business process flows, UML models, RTM etc. Change management, version controlling, defect tracking. Quality assurance fundamentals. If you have further questions, please email us or call us on the below: www.skillcubator.com [email protected] [email protected] 703-200-9921
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What is BPR?
 
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Business process reengineering (BPR) is the analysis and redesign of workflows within and between enterprises in order to optimize end-to-end processes and automate non-value-added tasks.
Views: 650 Abhinaw Jagtap
Business Analyst Interview Questions and Answers – How to Really Sell Your BA Skills
 
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Get the interview prep guide here: https://www.bridging-the-gap.com/prepare-for-ba-job-interview/ If you are preparing for your first business analyst job interview or if it’s been awhile since you’ve interviewed, you are probably wondering what questions you can expect and how to answer them. Interviewing for a business analyst job is very different than interviewing for a more technical or domain-focused role. In particular, what’s different is how you answer questions to position your skills to a potential employer. I’ve been on both sides of the business analyst job interview process multiple times – I’ve hired several BAs and, while I was contracting, I interviewed for several BA positions. In this video, I share my insider tips on how to prove you have the business analysis skills your employer wants to see in an interview. And here is the link to the free Interview Prep Guide I mention in the video: http://www.bridging-the-gap.com/prepare-for-ba-job-interview/ Read more on the blog now: http://www.bridging-the-gap.com/ba-interview-sell-skills/
Views: 151539 Bridging the Gap