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  • 1. PROCESS MAPPING:A GUIDE TO FINDING YOUR WAY THROUGH THE MAZEDATE NOVEMBER 2, 2012 – WCET PRESENTED BY KAREN PEDERSEN, TERRI HAYES, & MARC LOR
  • 2. Some Decisions Are Difficulthttp://winefolly.com/update/how-to-choose-wine
  • 3. Session OverviewWhat is a process map?Why does NAU map processes?Case studiesGetting StartedTips ?
  • 4. We Can Map AnyProcessA process map is a visual representationdescribing a process’ flow of activitiesfrom beginning to end.Often the hardest task in process mappingis getting everyone to agree what theprocess looks like.
  • 5. Why Does NAU Make Maps?Improve communication and Define process ownershipcommon understanding Expose complexityDefine boundaries Reveal disconnectsExpose redundancies
  • 6. Case Studies
  • 7. Case Study #1: Class FeesObjective:Illustrate new business process or changes to business processOutcome:Clear understanding of process and ability to discuss implementationwithout confusion
  • 8. COURSE FEE CHART (Process, Before and After)ILLUSTRATING A CHANGE TO BUSINESS PROCESSES REGARDING COURSE FEES
  • 9. Case Study #2: Transcript Process Objective: Clarify ownership and outcomes of specific business processes Outcome: Clarity about ownership reflected on the map (each “swim lane” represents one team); teams are able to work on specific functions
  • 10. TRANSCRIPT EVALUATION PROCESS FLOWCHARTUNDERSTANDING THE COMPLEXITY OF A CURRENT PROCESS
  • 11. Case Study #3: Connect Flowchart Objective: Bring shared understanding about a complex topic. Outcome: Clarity among internal stakeholders to manage and communicate expectations
  • 12. SCORING A LEADCLARIFYING EXPECTATIONS
  • 13. Case Study #4: Network VennObjective:Visualize a complex set of data for easy reference and communication‣ Members of TV Services met with the tech team to instruct one another on the finer details of a complex network‣ A smaller group met to map out which machines were contained on which networks, including the complex ways the networks overlap.Outcome:Members of both teams can gather useful information at a glance, andcommunicate clearly with each other.
  • 14. TV SERVICES TRUCK NETWORK VENN DIAGRAMVISUALLY REPRESENTING WHICH MACHINES EXIST ON WHICH NETWORKS, AND HOW THEY OVERLAP
  • 15. Getting StartedHigh touch… Low tech Software Tool Examples:No fancy tools required. You can ‣ Microsoft Wordmap a process on the back of anapkin or on a whiteboard. ‣ Microsoft VisioProcess maps don’t need to ‣ OmniGraffle Pro (for Mac)beautiful – they just need to be ‣ Creately.comclear.
  • 16. Tips for Process MappingStart simpleLabel your chartWhen possible, include multiple perspectives in the same roomBegin with broad categories; allow participants to fill in the gaps as youprogress
  • 17. Questions Karen Pedersen:Karen.Pedersen@nau.edu Terri Hayes: Terri.Hayes@nau.edu Marc Lord: Marc.Lord@nau.edu

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