Process maps capture and display information about the current state of your business process and help to communicate the steps in a process. There are different types and levels used in business process mapping that focus on different things. What are the different levels of process mapping?
Asking, “how are we going to get from where we are to where we want to be?” is a question of implementation. What are the concrete steps we have to take to get there? Who is going to do what, and when are they going to do it? Using Swim Lane process maps is one way to answer some of these questions.
Workflow diagrams and Rendered Process Maps translate abstract UML, or Unified Modeling Language, symbols of squares and diamonds into graphical images to explain your business process visually. Continue reading How to Use Workflow Diagrams and Rendered Process Maps
Maybe it’s because the term “business writing” sounds so formal, but many management professionals are intimidated by it. The fact is that most of the time, they are overthinking it. Business writing is down to a series of fundamental rules. If you follow them strictly, you’ll be writing excellent business documents in no time. Continue reading How Management Professionals Improve Business Writing