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De invloed van process management op operationele prestatie
Research paper: Process management proficiency. The impact on operational efficiency, customer effectiveness and financial performance
In dit artikel wordt de impact van procesmanagement als een multidimensionaal construct op operationele efficiëntie prestaties, de klantprestaties en de financiële prestaties onderzocht. De resultaten tonen aan dat procesmanagement uit verschillende elementen bestaat waaronder procesoriëntatie, proces mapping en processtandaardisatie en verbetering. Procesoriëntatie en proces mapping zijn voorwaarden voor het processtandaardisatie. Pocesstandaardisatie heeft direct invloed op operationele efficiëntie prestaties en de klantprestaties, maar niet direct invloed op de financiële prestaties.
Dit onderzoek toont aan dat organisaties tijd moet nemen om de procesoriëntatie in de organisatie te vergroten, en voor het in kaart brengen en beschrijven bestaande processen als basis voor procesverbetering. Het punt is om de basis op orde te krijgen, wat belangrijk is voor (het vergroten van de) operationele en klantgerichte prestatie.
This study examines the impact of process management as a multi-dimensional construct (including process orientation, process mapping and process standardization) on operational efficiency performance, customer effectiveness performance and financial performance. The perceived importance of both standardization and delivering customer-specific products in the market are used as possible contingency variables to explain the contextual impact of process management on efficiency and effectiveness. Structural equation modeling is used to analyze survey data collected from 199 participants of various courses and masterclasses at a business school in the period 2012/2013. The results show that process management consists of different elements including process orientation, process mapping and process standardization and improvement. Process orientation and process mapping are prerequisites for process standardization. The latter directly impacts operational efficiency performance and customer effectiveness performance. It also shows that process management does not impact financial performance directly, but indirectly via operational performance and customer performance. This study also shows that organizations must take time i) to enhance the process orientation of their employees, and ii) to map and describe existing processes as a basis for process improvement: the point is to get the basics in order independent of the type of competitive environment.
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