Alive and Kicking: A Case Study of BPR within a UK Police Force
Describes a limited application of BPR within a public sector body. Illustrates how organisations without commercial expertise can apply business tools and techniques.
||Business Process Reengineering, Planning Tools Techniques, Commercial Applications, Public Sector, Police Force, Intelligence
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 6, pp.65-72.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.965MB).
I joined Auckland University of Technology in January 2006 from the University of Chester UK. My PHd and subsequent research is in the field of Information Systems, with particular emphasis on e-Collaboration,e-Government, Supply Chain integration and SME participation. I take a Critical Perspective to examine power relationships and their effect upon trust.
My work involves evaluating operating systems within public sector organisations
The Social Health Evaluation Unit specialises in the evaluation of programmes of social, health and education intervention. The unit employs an innovative trident methodology for its evaluations which considers for any programme being evaluated.
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