re-engineering

(management) (a) The radical change of processes on all levels within an organization. (b) The way a company performs radical changes to processes. As opposed to gradual improvements over time, re-engineering seeks to create breakthrough changes in the way a business operates. Re-engineering is often sought by senior managers as a means of dramatically reducing labor costs, increasing productivity and increasing responsiveness to customer demand.

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