Reengineering the Technical Enterprise
Central banks and banking -- Turkey, Reengineering (Management) -- Case studies, Bank loans -- Turkey -- Management
The recent economic crisis in Turkey has plunged its financial institutions into turmoil. In this case, a recently bankrupted bank has been appropriated by Central Bank, a government-run institution similar to the US Treasury Department. A major contributor to the bankruptcy of the acquired bank is surmised to be its defaulted loans, which resulted from poorly organized processes. Consequently, this study follows the theorized journey of the reengineering of the loans process in order to make the procured bank profitable for resale. The following are explored in detail: the current loans procedure, a proposed simplified loans process, and the transition between the two to make the new system a reality.
Haid, Lydia; Mamakli, Deniz; and Ozar, Elvan, "The Reengineering of X Bank" (2001). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 2144.