Aligning Processes to Strategy

This week’s article by Munive-Hernandez E.J, Dewhurst F.W., Pritchard M.C. & Barber K.D., (2004) clearly defines the purpose of business process strategy, and develops modelling the strategy process.

The purpose of business process strategy is to increase the competitive plan to achieve goals or to compete with other companies in order to draw customers’ attention; business process strategy should be within knowledge, experience, because this is the vital importance task of every business with the aim of avoiding risks, and business process strategy also could improve the increase competition, and business work structure, Munive-Hernandez E.J, Dewhurst F.W., Pritchard M.C. & Barber K.D., (2004). Additionally, Slack et at (1998) recognise that there are two main of strategy management, they are strategy content and strategy process. Usually, leader or manager always thinks of long-term strategy, so that they have to clearly define a long-term route and scope for an organisation, in order to develop a sustainable business process strategy (Slack et at 1998).

Developing modelling the strategy process is an important step and it is very common nowadays for every business, yet it’s involved in every process as well (Munive-Hernandez E.J, Dewhurst F.W., Pritchard M.C. & Barber K.D 2004). Munive-Hernandez E.J, Dewhurst F.W., Pritchard M.C. & Barber K.D., (2004) state that there are four steps for implementing business process strategy. Those are: set up main strategy and process to achieve goals, conveying the strategy, implementing and control and evaluation.

I have learned from this week’s article that strategy focuses on business process is a key to develop sustainable businesses. Business process strategy is not only used for being successful but it also keeps the position, as well as further going on, for leading trends of business. Moreover, we have to categorize types of goals and purpose of goals rather than setting only goals.

 

Reference

Munive-Hernandez E.J, Dewhurst F.W., Pritchard M.C. & Barber K.D., (2004) ‘Modelling the strategy management process: An initial BPM approach’, Business Process Management Journal, Vol: 10 Issue: 6 pp. 691-711 

Slack, N., Chambers, S., Harland, C., Harrison, A. and Johnston, R. (1998), Operations

Management

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