Process Map Examples
Process maps should be usable by the audience. Unless the process map will be used to develop a software/automated solution, process maps should be simple and easy to follow for non-technical customers.
The following examples show a range of process modeling techniques. The style and composition of each process map was tailored to meet both the process itself as well as customer expectations. The examples have been redacted to remove specific customer information.
This large process map was the first time the client saw their entire, enterprise-level supply chain contracting process. The map also identifies vulnerabilities in the process which were determined through extensive interviews, research and analysis.
These process maps were developed to match the to-be HR processes with a newly developed HR system. The maps were used in process/procedure documentation delivered to the client and were purposfully broken into smaller, simple maps.
These process maps were originally captured in IBM BlueWorks during facilitated sessions with SMEs. They were transferred to Visio for customer review and delivery. They show a large portion, but not all, of a highly manual process.
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