Process Mapping is a diagram of the workflow within a business. It is used to
display the processes used within the workplace in order to find out ways to
be more efficient.
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With all the processes of the workflow documented, new
strategies can be implemented to ensure that the procedures within the
business are running more smoothly.
In order to get the most out of process mapping, they are often made with a specific focus in mind. It will then be able to look at the limitations and delays that could possibly arise whilst completing the process, defining where there are difficulties that could be changed.
While undertaking Process Mapping, it allows the business to gain a better understanding of the specific task so that they can identify what changes need to be made.
Jobs that will use process mapping include: