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Section - 4.6 What is Business Process Reengineering?

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Reengineering is the organizational process required to align people, 
processes and technology with strategies to achieve business integration. It 
can also be thought of as taking a business in its current state and forming 
an organizational and operational blueprint to redirect skills, policies, 
information (data), cultural values, organizational structures, processing 
and incentives towards targeted improvements.

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