What is process mapping? See 5 examples of process maps: Diagram, map ad model differences.

5 Examples of Process Maps: Diagram, map and model differences

What is process mapping? Process mapping is a typical example of a BPM concept that many still use incorrectly. In an attempt to manage activities and processes and find ways to organize time and resources, many well-meaning professionals end up…
business process documentation best practices

Business process documentation best practices: The 12 most used

The use of business process documentation best practices can be a determining factor for achieving success in the implementation of BPM  in an organization. Contrary to what some think, documentation is not just used to create manuals or memorials of a company’s improved process…
Expense Reimbursement - HR process flowchart example

BPMN notation 2.0: Why and how to use it?

BPMN notation 2.0 is an acronym for the words Business Process Model and Notation 2.0. And as the name indicates, BPMN notation 2.0 is an evolution in the use of symbols to determine clearly and without confusion the flows and business…
Improving administrative processes

Reduce costs by mapping and improving administrative processes

Improving administrative processes, an indispensable necessity Have you ever considered perfectly organizing your financial, tax, accounting, and strategic management areas? Well, by mapping and improving administrative processes you will be able to do all of this, and by doing so,…
process mapping and analysis techniques

Process mapping and analysis techniques: 3 business improvement methods

When speaking about process mapping and analysis techniques, you are practically talking about almost all of the most important issues of process management or BPM. See also: What is human-centric BPM? Therefore, before presenting some of the most utilized process…
business process analysis methodology

Understand and apply the business process analysis methodology

We can’t change what we don’t understand, that’s a fact. So when we think of improving a company by improving its processes, the first step is to study them, analyze them and understand them. This is where process analysis comes…