End to End (Life-cycle) design for Business Process Outsourcing – Part 2

 

In part 1 we introduced the basic techniques of Process Mapping and Cost and Benefit Analysis as part of the tool-sets to utilise in considering outsourcing and designing the Outsourced Business Processes future state.


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The next step in the process of defining and designing the appropriate Business Processes to outsource or at the very least re-engineer and run more cost-effectively and efficiently is to draw together the relevant cost information from your existing in-house data sources.  Both accounting records and other ‘data-islands’ might have to be investigated, hence the fact that any Business Process redesign effort with entail outreach activity to stakeholders in and around the function, process, team or organisations being considered for this process.

English: Business Process Reengineering Cycle
English: Business Process Reengineering Cycle (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Business Rule Mining: Business Proces...
English: Business Rule Mining: Business Process Mapping to Application Objects (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A tool to utilise in this process is something like a Stakeholder Map.

 

English: A graph showing the steps that can be...
English: A graph showing the steps that can be taken to ensure commitment in stakeholder management (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The image above shows some of the engagement steps and processes in gauging stakeholder engagement.

In part 3 we will continue to explore further tools sets and Force Field Analysis in order to document the Business Process Outsourcing road map, prior to influencing decision makers on the merits and demerits of a successful Business Process Outsourcing project.

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