The 5 Methods of Process Mapping (Video)

Brad Fagan

When it comes to process mapping, one size doesn't necsessarily fit all. That's because depending on the size of your company and how established your current processes are already, you might require a different approach.

Luckily, we have selected five different process mapping methodologies for you and assessed which rung of the corporate ladder you should be using each method on. 

The five process mapping methods are: 

  1. Through individual staff/small group interviews
  2. Through facilitated discovery workshops
  3. Through analysis of existing documentation
  4. Through business analysis design
  5. Through import of existing process maps

In some cases, you may even need to use more than one method to get the job done. Whichever method you use, make sure you take a look at our other process mapping articles (there's a list below) for a more in-depth analysis so you can pick the right process mapping method for you.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Related Articles:

5 Business Process Mapping Tips for Getting Your Entire Team Involved

How To Run A Process Mapping Workshop (Video)

Capturing a Business Process: Tips for Process Discovery Workshops

What is the Noun-Verb Methodology of Process Mapping?

How to share your process maps in an interactive and engaging way

 

Written by Brad Fagan

Brad joined Triaster in 2016 as our Content Marketing Executive hailing all the way from Middle Earth (the film version, not the book) – New Zealand. Brad’s video skills soon resulted in new weekly Triaster videos and his individual touch in some of the Connector and blog articles. In June 2018 Brad moved to Germany with his wife Lynn.