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Business Process Analysis Methodology

Momin Mukherjee

Dept. of Management & Humanities, NIT Arunachal Pradesh, India
Email: mmukherjee964@gmail.com


Analysis of the both external and internal working environment together is required for the growth of any business. The internal analysis related to the current position of the organization with respect to various serviceable areas like finance, production, R&D, marketing, and so on, which reveals its strengths and weaknesses of the organization. In the course of the external analysis conduct research on the production environment, business environment to identify the different threat and opportunity posed on the company which is discussed here. Risk taking change introduced for the purpose of maximizing economic opportunities. Creative process may be a new use for the old product or even change in the marketing technique, may be by offering lower price or attractive free gift or new or better product, a new convenience or the creation of a new are analysis here.


Business process analysis;
Environmental factors analysis;
Generalized strategies management;
Risk management and analysis;
Strength and weakness analysis;

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Momin Mukherjee,  “Business Process Analysis Methodology,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, Vol. 2, No. 5, pp. 113-117,  2017.


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