Business Process Change Cycle

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The Business Process Change Cycle is a general description of the lifecycle of business processes. The environments in which companies operate change and companies respond by changing their strategies and goals. Those changes drive changes in processes. In the most extreme case, a process must be retired and replaced by a new process. In most cases, existing processes are redesigned or gradually improved to conform with new corporate strategies and goals. Environmental changes keep occurring and this cycle keeps going leading to a continuous business process redesign and improvement effort.[1]

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  1. [ What is Business Process Change Cycle? -ActiveVos]