06. Strategy and Organizational Engineering
Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is a management practice that has been widely studied and used over the past 30 years, when its concept and utility were strongly disseminated and used in large corporations around the world, as a model of radical transformation of processes generating an increase in competitiveness. This research is intended to conduct a BPR scope review, developing a mapping of how the practice has been employed over the years, providing an indication of the volume of literature and studies available, as well as an overview of the areas in which BPR operates and how it has been used, through a bibliometric and longitudinal analysis of its publications and also contains suggestions for future research in the area.
PALAVRAS-CHAVE: business process reengineering, bpr, scoping review