ITM BUSINESS SCHOOL, KHARGHAR Report on guest lecture
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Business Process Management


About Speaker:


Prof J A Kagal is a post graduate in Industrial Engineering with over 44 years of work experience in diverse areas such as I.T., Materials Management, Value Engineering, Project Management, Maintenance management , Enterprise Risk Management, SOX/CLAUSE 49 Compliance and Control audits, Performance Measurement Systems, Benchmarking, Business Process Reengineering, TQM frameworks, TPM, strategic management etc.

His work experience includes tenures with large corporate brands such as the Tata Group of Companies, Honeywell (U.K, Singapore, India), and the global management consulting firm – Deloitte & Touché. His last full time assignment was that of an Advisor Management Consulting Division Deloitte& Touché. He has also been associated with consulting assignments carried out by the leading consulting companies such as E&Y, KPMG, PWC, Accenture, etc. He is currently on the board of directors of ARTECH LABORATORIES INDIA LTD as a Non-executive director.


About Session:


The session was arranged for PGDM – Operations & SCM students as a part of Business Process Management conducted by Kagal Sir. In this lecture Sir mainly emphasized on the importance of Business Process Re-engineering and shared with us his own experiences in this field. He also discussed parameters for choosing process to reengineer. He emphasized on the importance of the annual report of any organization and gave a glimpse about important ratios that needs to be calculated from the annual report so as to identify the processes for re-engineering.

He also discussed about the need for benchmarking for any organization to stay competitive. He also discussed about the classification of business processes. Overall, the session was very fruitful for the students of operations & supply chain management batch since we gained a lot of insights. We, the students of batch Ops & Scm would like to thank the concerned department for organizing such an insightful session.