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    MAP Process Mapper

What is a Process Mapper?

Process Mapper is a great non programming tool used to Manage, automate, and optimize your processes.

Highlights of MAP Process Mapper

Manage

Survey and maintain your business processes that helps in business expansion, bring liability, and improve effectiveness.

Automate

Employ business processes in progressive workflow, document production, and digital surveys to automate and smooth running of processes.

Optimization

With Constant monitoring of the functioning of business processes, you will be able to obtain effectiveness in business processes.

Types of Process Mapper

Process mapping is about helping others in better process development by communicating your processes to others.
Some of the common process maps include:
  • Activity Process Map:
Embodies value added and non-value added events in a process
  • Work Flow Diagram:
an execution process exposed in “flow” format. It doesn’t use any of the Unified Modeling Language (UML) symbols.
  • Value-Added Chain Diagram:
distinct boxes that symbolizes a very abbreviated form of a process for quick understanding
  • High-Level Process Map:
This map represents a standard process level  that involves Supplier collaborations, Input, Process, Output, Customer (SIPOC)
  • Value Stream Map:
a thin -executive technique that evaluates and progresses processes required to create a product or deliver customer service.
  • Rendered Process Map:
Showcases present state and upcoming state processes to highlight areas for enhancement
  • Document Map:
This process map uses documents as the inputs and outputs in the process
  • Detailed Process Map:
Explains each step of the process in detail
  • Swimlane (or Cross-functional) Map:
splits out the sub-process responsibilities in the process.

 Selection of the process

In order to map all your business processes, first select the particular process to be mapped.

Generally, however, there are three ways to go about selecting the process:

  • Responsive–In this process, bottlenecks take place. So here, the process that failed previously due to some hurdles is now selected to be mapped in order to detect and repair the issue.
  • Planned–Here mapping will be done completely based on some business plan. Here for mapping, the process that is chosen is considered as an essential part of the business plan.
  • Customer-Focused–  Here for mapping, the process that gives better customer satisfaction is selected keeping in mind better deliveries to the customers

Include all the team members

Since process mapping is about work flow of the process, so in creating the process mapping, inputs of all the members working in the team is most essential. Discuss and consider feedbacks of all your team members when it comes to building the events in the process mapping.

Collect Data

Once the process to be mapped and goal is decided, collect as many information as required. Information regarding each step, in the process, inputs, where, when and by whom the each particular event has to be done, etc. should be gathered,. It is better to collect all the required information at the very beginning so that one can filter out the required one during the process mapping.

Capture the important points

In order to find out the bottlenecks in the process before, get feedbacks of all the people that worked in different events in the process before. Figure out the key difficulties they faced by talking to them and get a better understanding.  The understanding you will get about the process from the staff who have already worked in the process can’t be found anywhere else.

Create the Baseline Map

With the collected data, now you should create the baseline map that depicts the current stage of the process with all its issues and flaws. Once it is done, we can work on each issue and create an improved process for further use. The baseline map differences between previous process and new improved process after process mapping.

Detect areas that needs upgrading

If you can’t improve your business process, there is no point of adapting a process mapper. From the previous points, you might have already detected process issues. Now once the baseline map is created, it becomes easier to find out the map.

Now you should do business process research finding ways to improve the business, may be by restructuring the process. Then you can implement new process and apply to the business process. New process addition will need proper training and communication for the team members understanding.

Maintain continuous Development

Business process mapping brings improvement to your processes. But to maintain the processes, proper monitoring of the functioning of businesses is a must. Only with continuous monitoring and optimization, you can assume your process mapping continue giving better results. Business process mapping is a series of process, and not an instant procedure that will solve all issues without constant monitoring.

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