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How to create a Process Map in 3 simple steps

Posted by Joel Evans on 17/08/17 12:17

Process Maps are the absolute superhero of the Business Improvement landscape and can be used for a multitude of purposes including:

  • Distinguishing ambiguous or uncertain problems
  • Analysis for process improvement
  • Training new starters
  • Refresher training
  • Displaying compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Trimming unnecessary steps
  • Circulating best practice…
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Topics: Process Mapping

What are the Best Practices for Process Mapping?

Posted by Joel Evans on 14/06/17 11:01

Business Process Mapping is an extremely valuable skill to have because of the impact it has on process efficiency. However, there is a lot of information out there on process mapping techniques and not all of it is helpful or useful. I have taught many people how to process map and run process mapping workshops over the years and I have condensed this into a blog containing the best practices.

So let's get started shall we?

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Topics: Process Mapping

The 5 Most Important Business Process Management Software Functions

Posted by Joel Evans on 03/05/17 11:34

Triaster has spent over 20 years in the Business Process Management software space and has learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t during this time. We believe that your Business Process Management Software System (BPMSS) should be the single source of truth for your organisation’s “how to” material. It should be accessible to all, easy to use and look good.

This article focuses on the BPM software system functionality you need to have to ensure that your new BPMSS is going for gold  - from the get go.

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Topics: Process Mapping, BPM

Business Improvement: Pros and Cons of a Process Approach

Posted by Joel Evans on 11/11/16 10:21

A process mapping project is hard work but it can definitely be worth it. I've traveled to many customer sites over the last few years helping them on their Business Process Management (BPM) journeys, and I've seen first-hand the benefits that this kind of project produces.

But as always, there are two sides to every story and this article aims to present you with both sides of the argument so that you can decide whether a process approach is right for you.

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Topics: Process Mapping, BPM

How To Maximise Value in Your Process Maps Using the Triaster Platform

Posted by Joel Evans on 20/10/16 18:04
Process Mapping from Creation to Go Live – Part Three: How to maximise the value in your process maps using the Triaster platform

This is the third and final article in a three part series of articles covering:

  1. How to process map using Triaster software
  2. How to approve a process map using the Triaster platform
  3. How to maximise value in your process maps using the Triaster platform

I hope you have enjoyed reading them, please feel free to like, comment and share.

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Topics: Process Mapping, BPM

How To Approve a Process Map Using the Triaster Platform

Posted by Joel Evans on 18/10/16 13:52
This is part two of a three part series of articles covering process mapping from creation to go live.

The titles of all three articles are as follows:

  1. How to process map using Triaster software
  2. How to approve a process map using the Triaster platform
  3. How to maximise value in your process maps using the Triaster platform

Enjoy!

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Topics: Process Mapping, BPM

How To Process Map Using Triaster Software

Posted by Joel Evans on 11/10/16 14:15

 This is part one of a three part series of articles covering:

    1. How to process map using Triaster software
    2. How to approve a process map using the Triaster platform
    3. How to maximise value in your process maps using the Triaster platform

We hope that you find them all very useful.

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Topics: Process Mapping

How Can a BPM System Help Me Achieve Continuous Improvement?

Posted by Joel Evans on 14/09/16 11:01

Companies implement Business Process Management (BPM) systems for many reasons. Whether the sole purpose is to demonstrate compliance to regulation and standardisation authorities (such as ISO9001, ISO14001, Sarbanes Oxley…) or to completely overhaul the business’s quality manual - there is no doubt that your business will improve by completing these objectives.

In this article we will focus on how the implementation of a BPM system can enable you to achieve continuous improvement in a consistent, incremental manner.

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Topics: Process Improvement, BPM

How to Avoid a Complex Business Process Management (BPM) System

Posted by Joel Evans on 23/08/16 17:41

Recently a Quality Manager from a large organisation that I was visiting, tried to show me an example process map in their current Business Process Management (BPM) system.

The first two pages that we attempted to visit produced an error and the third attempt took us back to the page that we started on. The system was too complex.

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Topics: BPM

How to use your Triaster Business Process Management (BPM) System to transfer business knowledge

Posted by Joel Evans on 16/08/16 16:09

With over 20 years’ experience in the Business Process Management (BPM) and improvement industry, we have a great deal of experience in implementing, maintaining and improving business process management systems.

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Topics: BPM

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