Procesoid co-founder Paul Minar gave lectures for members of IPMA Young Crew and Google Developer Group in February.
Get rid of overly complicated business process management. It is as simple as that.
A production process or manufacturing process is the procedure or workflow used to produce a particular product, service, finished material, etc. In the context of process management, it is usually documented and described so that it can be repeated with precision to get the same expected result every time. More complex production processes do not […]
A process diagram represents the visualization of a process, e.g. a business process or a production process. Compared to rather simple process checklists, process diagrams are used mostly to map or design processes that are more complex, typically following some kind of conditional logic or having sets of procedures running simultaneously. Related articles: The Case […]
A process checklist is simply a set of steps representing a process as a recurring workflow. Most checklists are meant to be followed in a linear fashion, but not always. Compared to rather complex process diagrams, process checklists are rather easy to design and maintain. The extremely popular book about exactly this is The Checklist […]