5 Process Mapping Tips: Getting People On Board, Not Making them Bored

Emma Harris

Getting people on board with process mapping while not making them bored, is one of the hardest tasks in a Business Management System implementation. Too often, we trip over ourselves up at the start line due to poor preperation or in knowing how the systems work, but not the people

This video aims to keep the art of process mapping simple and provides you with 5 process mapping tips that will (hopefully) get your team on board, keep them on board and keep them awake.

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The 5 tips are:

1. Conduct process discovery workshops

2. Use a simple process map creation tool

3. Use a simple process mapping methodology

4. Incentivise the creation of process maps

5. Share your process maps in a simple, easy-to-use tool.

You'll find all of these tips explained in greater detail in our video below.

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Written by Emma Harris

Emma was Operations Director for Triaster for nearly 20 years, during which time as well as learning and perfecting her BPM and process improvement skills, she honed her inbound marketing expertise. She now runs D2e - Designed to engage - which designs and develops bespoke, engaging, HubSpot CMS websites, that help your entire company to grow and scale. She is delighted to still be delivering Triaster's marketing, whilst also helping other companies turn their websites into their hardest working asset.