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  • A flow chart provides a visual or graphic representation of a process. It allows a team to see the actual flow or sequence of events in a process.\nToday we are going to go over flow chart basics. We will learn about flow charts, discuss them, and then create one.\n
  • A flow chart provides a visual or graphic representation of a process. It allows a team to see the actual flow or sequence of events in a process.\nToday we are going to go over flow chart basics. We will learn about flow charts, discuss them, and then create one.\n
  • A flow chart provides a visual or graphic representation of a process. It allows a team to see the actual flow or sequence of events in a process.\nToday we are going to go over flow chart basics. We will learn about flow charts, discuss them, and then create one.\n
  • A flow chart provides a visual or graphic representation of a process. It allows a team to see the actual flow or sequence of events in a process.\nToday we are going to go over flow chart basics. We will learn about flow charts, discuss them, and then create one.\n
  • For this presentation we will be working in groups. The groups will be defined by a color and we have 5 colors – purple, blue, beige, pink, and grey. \nEach group should have 5-6 people.\n
  • What are some questions that you have about flow charts that you would like answered today?\nThink about these for a few minutes while we go Na Walking.\n
  • Please stand if you have used a flow chart.\nRemain standing if you have used one for your job here at JCPH.\nThose standing please tell us about it.\n
  • Flow Chart Ticket to Success Groups – \nPlease choose one of the bubbles to develop an idea for a flow chart prototype or model that applies to your work.\nBe ready to discuss that idea to the group in 5 minutes.\n
  • Flow Chart Ticket to Success Groups – \nPlease choose one of the bubbles to develop an idea for a flow chart prototype or model that applies to your work.\nBe ready to discuss that idea to the group in 5 minutes.\n
  • Flow Chart Ticket to Success Groups – \nPlease choose one of the bubbles to develop an idea for a flow chart prototype or model that applies to your work.\nBe ready to discuss that idea to the group in 5 minutes.\n
  • Flow Chart Ticket to Success Groups – \nPlease choose one of the bubbles to develop an idea for a flow chart prototype or model that applies to your work.\nBe ready to discuss that idea to the group in 5 minutes.\n
  • Flow Chart Ticket to Success Groups – \nPlease choose one of the bubbles to develop an idea for a flow chart prototype or model that applies to your work.\nBe ready to discuss that idea to the group in 5 minutes.\n
  • Flow Chart Ticket to Success Groups – \nPlease choose one of the bubbles to develop an idea for a flow chart prototype or model that applies to your work.\nBe ready to discuss that idea to the group in 5 minutes.\n
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  • Flow Chart Basics

    1. 1. +=
    2. 2. FLOW CHART BASICSVISUALIZING THE PROCESS + =
    3. 3. FLOW CHART BASICSVISUALIZING THE PROCESS Process + =
    4. 4. FLOW CHART BASICSVISUALIZING THE PROCESS Process + Map =
    5. 5. FLOW CHART BASICSVISUALIZING THE PROCESS Process + Map =
    6. 6. WHAT WE WILL LEARN TODAY…After attending this presentation you will be able to: Describe the basic components of a flow chart Understand the meaning and purpose of common symbols and shapes used to create a flow chart Provide one example of how a flow chart would be used at JCPH
    7. 7. WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT IT? Lets Go Na Walking Video
    8. 8. What is a Flow Chart? Visual or Graphic Representation of a Process
    9. 9. ? ?? ?
    10. 10. ? ? ?? ?
    11. 11. ? Serves as a Training Aid ? ?? ?
    12. 12. ? Serves as a Training Aid ? Shows Unnecessary Loops, Duplicate ? Problematic Events? ?
    13. 13. ? Serves as a Training Aid ? Shows Unnecessary Loops, Duplicate ? Problematic Events Provides a Team Tool? for Examining Activities that Impact ? Process Performance
    14. 14. ? Serves as a Training Aid ? Shows Unnecessary Loops, Duplicate ? Compare or Contrast Actual Versus Ideal Problematic Processes Events Provides a Team Tool? for Examining Activities that Impact ? Process Performance
    15. 15. ? Serves as a Training Aid ? Shows Unnecessary Loops, Duplicate ? Compare or Contrast Actual Versus Ideal Problematic Processes Events Provides a Team Tool Identifies Areas? for Examining Activities Where Data that Impact ? Process Performance Can Be Collected
    16. 16. WHAT DOES THIS CHART SAY?
    17. 17. LOOK FAMILIAR???
    18. 18. Begin Process
    19. 19. Begin Process
    20. 20. Begin ProcessIndividual step or activity in the process
    21. 21. Begin ProcessIndividual step or activity in the process
    22. 22. Begin ProcessIndividual step or activity in the process Decision
    23. 23. Begin Process Individual step or activity in the processNo Decision
    24. 24. Begin Process Individual step or activity in the processMore No Decisionaction
    25. 25. Begin Process Individual step or activity in the processMore No Decisionaction
    26. 26. Begin Process Individual step or activity in the processMore No Decisionaction Yes
    27. 27. Begin Process Individual step or activity in the processMore No Decisionaction Yes Final step
    28. 28. Begin Process Individual step or activity in the processMore No Decisionaction Yes Final step
    29. 29. Begin Process Individual step or activity in the processMore No Decisionaction Yes Final step End process
    30. 30. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD?
    31. 31. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD?
    32. 32. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD?
    33. 33. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes
    34. 34. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes Reference purposes
    35. 35. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes Reference purposes Includes all participants
    36. 36. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes Reference purposes Includes all participants Includes major equipment or other resource needs
    37. 37. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes Reference purposes Includes all participants Includes major equipment or other resource needs Detail appropriate to the level of the user
    38. 38. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes Reference purposes Includes all participants Includes major equipment or other resource needs Detail appropriate to the level of the user  Policy flow
    39. 39. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes Reference purposes Includes all participants Includes major equipment or other resource needs Detail appropriate to the level of the user  Policy flow  Procedure flow
    40. 40. HOW MUCH DETAIL TO ADD? Training purposes Reference purposes Includes all participants Includes major equipment or other resource needs Detail appropriate to the level of the user  Policy flow  Procedure flow  Standard operating procedures (instructions)
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    42. 42. Spouse says “Cut Prepare to cut the the grass!” grass.
    43. 43. Spouse says “Cut Prepare to cut the the grass!” grass. Cut the grass.
    44. 44. Spouse says “Cut Prepare to cut the the grass!” grass. Cut the grass. Put mower away.
    45. 45. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!”
    46. 46. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door.
    47. 47. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pulllawnmower to driveway.
    48. 48. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pulllawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil.
    49. 49. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pulllawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil. Need gas or oil?
    50. 50. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pull lawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil.No Need gas or oil?
    51. 51. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pull lawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil.No Need Yes gas or oil?
    52. 52. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pull lawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes and/or oil gas or from oil? garage.
    53. 53. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pull lawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    54. 54. Spouse says “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pull lawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    55. 55. Start Spouse says mower. “Cut the Grass!” Open garage door. Pull lawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    56. 56. Start Spouse says mower. “Cut the Grass!” Open Mow the garage yard. door. Pull lawnmower to driveway. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    57. 57. Start Spouse says mower. “Cut the Grass!” Open Mow the garage yard. door. Pull Turn lawnmower to lawnmower driveway. off. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    58. 58. Start Spouse says mower. “Cut the Grass!” Open Mow the garage yard. door. Pull Turn lawnmower to lawnmower driveway. off. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    59. 59. Start Spouse says Does mower. mower “Cut the Grass!” need to be washed? Open Mow the garage yard. door. Pull Turn lawnmower to lawnmower driveway. off. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    60. 60. Start Spouse says Does mower. mower “Cut the Grass!” need to be washed? Open Mow the garage No yard. door. Pull Turn lawnmower to lawnmower driveway. off. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    61. 61. Start Spouse says Does mower. mower “Cut the Yes Grass!” need to be washed? Open Mow the garage No yard. door. Pull Turn lawnmower to lawnmower driveway. off. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    62. 62. Start Spouse says Does mower. mower “Cut the Yes Grass!” need to be washed? Open Get hose. Mow the garage No yard. door. Pull Turn Wash lawnmower to lawnmower mower. driveway. off. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    63. 63. Start Spouse says Does mower. mower “Cut the Yes Grass!” need to be washed? Open Get hose. Mow the garage No yard. door. Return Pull Turn mower to Wash lawnmower to lawnmower garage. mower. driveway. off. Check gas and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    64. 64. Start Spouse says Does mower. mower “Cut the Yes Grass!” need to be washed? Open Get hose. Mow the garage No yard. door. Return Pull Turn mower to Wash lawnmower to lawnmower garage. mower. driveway. off. Close Check gas garage door. and oil. Get gasNo Need Yes Add gas or and/or oil gas or oil as from oil? needed. garage.
    65. 65. GROUP EXERCISE Form up in “Ticket to Success” groups. Draw a flow chart for the following process:

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