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Process view of organisation

Please explain how the process view of an organization is likely to uncover the need for greater interfunctional cooperation and greater decentralization of the organization.

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Processes are the core of any organization. An organization can be more or less process oriented depending upon their experience in applying process thinking for better results. Organisations can make efforts for process improvements and develop the process oriented view.
Meaning of Process view of the organization:
It is the thorough documentation and understanding from top to bottom and beginning to end of a process exists in the organization.
Aims of the process view of the organization:
1. Process view of the organization can help in reduction of costs by finding out the deficiencies in the processes.
2. Next aim is to create the value to the customer. Managing the processes will increase the satisfaction levels of ...

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The answer clearly explains how the process view of organisation is likely to uncover the need for greater interfunctional cooperation and greater decentralization of the organisation

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