Functional process improvement: the Department of Defense reengineering methodology
Snider, George L.
Emery, James C.
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This thesis reviews the Functional Process Improvement methodology developed by the Department of Defense. Use of Functional Process Improvement, and its related software tool set, provides the Corporate Information Management (CIM) initiative with a means of implementing business process improvements through functional, technical, and economic analysis of alternatives. Review of this methodology consists of analyzing Department of Defense and Department of the Navy implementation guidance. Additionally, specific case study examples are explored and utilized. The analysis identifies the methodology's limitations and its' strengths. Included is a discussion of the Department of Defense's efforts to limit the impact of the perceived weaknesses, and exploit the methodology's inherent strengths
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