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Fundamentals of process mapping


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Fundamentals of process mapping

  1. 1. | | 900-304-9000 | 900-305-9000 | 900-306-9000 Fundamentals of Process Mapping Presenter Venkadesh Narayanan, BSME, MBA, CBAP®, PMI-PBA®, CBPP® Principal Consultant Former Indian Civil Servant [IRAS 2001 Batch] LinkedIn Profile ® ®
  2. 2. Knowledge Areas Foundation Chapters BABOK® V2 Overview
  3. 3. What is a Process? A process is a set of sequential activities carried out in a predetermined order to deliver value to the customers.
  4. 4. Characteristics of a Process? • All process has boundaries (start and end) • It has more than one activity • May have several starts and several outcomes • A process can kick start another process • Some sort of signal is required to kick start a process • A process may start and end in the same function • A process may cut across different functions • A process may receive signals at different points of time • Process maps have swim lanes and swim pools.
  5. 5. Types of Processes
  6. 6. Types of Processes Primary Process An operational process that constitutes the core business of a firm and is part of its primary value chain. Secondary Process A non-operational process that is not part of the core business of a firm but supports the primary processes. Management Process The processes that govern the operation of a system.
  7. 7. Current vs. Future • Current state mapping • Future state mapping • Gap analysis • Capabilities required • Solution needed
  8. 8. Swim Lane vs. Swim Pool
  9. 9. Order Placement & Coffee Brewing
  10. 10. BPMN 2.0
  11. 11. For Your References Microsoft Visio
  12. 12. | | 900-304-9000 | 900-305-9000 | 900-306-9000 Thank You 01/05/2015 V1.0