Thursday, October 6, 2011

Operational Efficiency Part.I

A center operational efficiency is an organizational structure in place to deliver a set of specialized services. These services are focused exclusively on a set of functions similar (same functional area) and common entire enterprise or multiple directions. The division of operational efficiency is also involved in coordinating and facilitating changes in the scope of activity which he is responsible.

The tasks incumbent upon it are of two kinds:

* Operational mission: delivering in-house or external services
o Shared: used by all clients (which requires a sufficient level of both standardization and adaptability to customer needs)
o Quality: ensuring a high level of service,
o Integrated: consistent with the possible developments and other services (same principles or standards, consistency of information ...).
* Strategic Missions: alignment with corporate goals
o In terms of scope of activity: operational manager for both the service and project management in the strategic field, defining the principles and standards of practice and evolution,
o In terms of process users of these services: the service of development projects for the integration of services,
o Financial issues: cost reduction in service level or above.

The establishment of centers of operational efficiency should facilitate the changes by developing flexibility in the organization. This distinguishes them from the pooling of services that do not necessarily generate earnings above the centralization of resources.
In terms of implementation, the creation of a center of operational effectiveness is not in the sharing of existing services but rather to develop an internal provider with a service offering clean.
Key features of the poles of operational efficiency


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