Reengineering and business process management Synergy

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Reengineering and business process management Synergy

Reengineering and business process management answers to Synergy tests. 38 questions answered.
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1. Two-stage cost assignment scheme corresponds to two stages, such as ...
distribution of costs (direct, indirect) and overhead costs for the functions of the business process
transfer of allocated costs and overheads to the corresponding functions of the business process
transfer of allocated costs and overheads to the corresponding value objects
distribution of costs (direct, indirect) and overhead costs for value objects

2. The areas of work to improve the processes include ...
wide expansion of job descriptions in the functional divisions of the enterprise shortening the customer service cycle
improving the processes of management accounting and financial planning of products, bringing them to the market

3. Considering any type of company activity as a set of interrelated functions for the production of products (rendering services) ... to the management of the enterprise
related functional approach
both functional and process approaches are related
associated process approach

4. Arrows on the functional diagram of a business process (in IDEF0 notation) indicate ...
object streams
cost of each function
function names

5. The zero level diagram displays ...
global business goal
number of business process functions
business process name

6. The structure of the production and economic activities of the enterprise, which is the basis for the design of business processes, has ... character

7. Processes are associated with the main activity of the enterprise - the release of products or the provision of services ...
preparation of production
goods movement / logistics

8. The types of flows flowing in the enterprise system as a whole include ... flows

9. The condition for completing the construction of a functional model is ...
direction of the head
the ability to set cost parameters for the functions of the lowest level
achieving clarity in the relationship between business process functions and object flows

10. From the point of view of the cost analysis of the business process functions, the functions that create the value of the finished product are called ...
additional functions related to testing and control
management functions (probably)
main production functions

11. The first stage in modeling business processes - defining the company´s mission - involves ...
defining the content of business processes
shaping a global business goal
concretization of strategic, global goals of the enterprise
assessment of the enterprise´s capabilities in terms of the efficiency of allocation of capital investments

12. Business processes include ...
advertising company
suppliers of raw materials and supplies
enterprise management
purchase of raw materials and supplies
finished products

13. The business process as a design object can be changed ...
time and cost of execution
business goals
feature set
rules and conditions for the performance of functions, if the essence of the functions remains unchanged
cast of performers

14. Function blocks convert ...
restrictions on performers
input objects to output, and objects at the input and output of functions can be the same
input objects into constraints, and the number of constraints must correspond to the number of input objects
input objects at the output, and the object at the output of the function must be qualitatively different from the input

15. The process of implementing continuous improvements and improvements in various parameters of the business process and the entire production and economic activities of the enterprise as a whole is called ...
minimizing production costs
business process optimization
adaptation of the enterprise to frequent

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17. An enterprise reengineering project involves building models of two types: ...
"What is the essence of the problem" and "how will we solve it"
"As is" and "as it should be"
"Our strategic goal" and "ways to achieve it"
"Our place in the market" and "our strategy"

18. The transformations carried out in the business process reengineering system are characterized by ...
high risk
radical character
those that affect only one or several areas of the company
low risk

19. The result of determining the optimal sequence of functions within the business process is ...
improving the efficiency of investments
shorter production cycle times
optimization of financial flows
minimization of production costs

20. The principle of decomposition when building a functional diagram of a business process is ...
splitting the whole object into its component parts
splitting a business process into several sequential parts within one structural level
combining elementary operations into an enlarged

21. There are such types of flows flowing in the enterprise system between the functions of business processes, such as ...
informational and material
material and financial
labor and information
financial and informational

22. The interface of a business process is ...
company face
corporate policy adopted in this enterprise
external shell of the program
system of relationships with other processes and the external environment

23. The result of reengineering - versatility of workplaces - corresponds to ... compression of business processes
principles of horizontal and vertical
principle of vertical
principle of horizontal

24. The result of optimizing the use of resources in business processes is ...
minimization of production costs
rationalization of interaction schemes with partners and clients
increase in capital turnover
shortening the production cycle

25. The functional approach to modeling business processes is reduced to building business process diagrams in the form of a sequence of technological operations, ...
linked through resource streams
at the input and output of which various options for interaction between functions are reflected at the input and output of which objects of different nature are reflected

26. The purpose of functional modeling is in ...

27. Business processes at the enterprise are characterized by ...

28. The functional model of a business process is characterized by ...

29. Objects on the basis of which it is possible to perform a business process and which are used over several production cycles in this business process are called ...

30. According to the most precise definition, a business process is ...

31. Reverse reengineering is ...

32. Business process reengineering involves ...

33. The main goal of business process reengineering is holistic and systemic modeling and reorganization ...

34. Business processes associated with the organizational structure of the enterprise include ... functions

35. The need to make prompt, effective management decisions by the management of the enterprise is caused by ...

36. Setting the required level of profit occurs at stage ...

37. Speaking about business processes, it can be argued that ...

38. The subjects involved in the execution of the business process are called ...

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