Management Square | May 25, 2017 | 0
Process Based Management
Management approaches are used to view a business as a collection of processes, managed to achieve a goal. The techniques to be used must be synchronized with the company’s vision, mission and core values. It helps to define the set of policies that the management of the company has to realize. This is a temporary endeavor designed to produce a unique product, service and results with a definite criteria. Process based management promotes working for a common goal to achieve harmony from different association and administrations. Nonetheless, it needs to go over again on that strategic support alone to accomplish the entire process.
Process based management seeks to define the policies that govern the operation of the organization and develop procedures that most efficiently give those policies form and function.
There are five stages in Process based Management and as stated as follows:
- Stage1. Process Definition
Many use the company’s vision to as a starting point in developing the essentials of the management strategy. The process to be utilized is then identified and documented. The people and the departments are also identified to take charge of the responsibilities. The procedure to be used should make it possible to move toward the fulfillment of the company goals and aligned with the company’s vision.
- Stage2. Measures
Factors such as shifts in consumer demands, changes in the general economy and the need of modification of product have significant impact to the entire production. Therefore, the basics of project-based management always call the attention of the managers to evaluate current procedures in light of new developments.
- Stage3. Analysis
Graphical tools are the representation of the entire process to make it easier to analyze. By setting criteria and the proper formula to measure its efficiency are the most important in determining whether new goals needed to be set, or the strategies being used.
- Stage4. Planning Improvements
In order to improve the business system enough resources and time duration must be observed to arrive at optimum outcomes. These improvements should be done properly.
- Stage5. Implementation
The identified improvements should materialize to upgrade the production systems. The team should be well oriented before its implementation. Monitoring is highly recommended to keep the process on track.
- Advantages of a Process based Management
Main benefits of the structured approach are: its orientation towards results, its framework for project performance measurement and its applicability across projects. Process based management should be used as soon as the first idea of the project has conceived. The desired results are attributed to both software, hardware and the stakeholders of the company.
In the ever increasingly competitive world, companies and organizations strive to meet their objectives as product cycles become shorter. Flexibility in the management approach must be prioritized to facilitate the changes or modifications required. Project based management has become a must in most companies that need to develop new facilities and information systems in the shortest time possible at least cost.
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