Having your processes described in only a half victory. The second half of success comes when people follow and perform those processes. That’s why Procesoid can remind the right person at the right moment that something needs to be done.
If processes were people, the “orphans” would be the homeless kids wandering aimlessly in your business.
Latent processes are basically unmanaged and unattended processes within a business or an organization. These are habitual, intuitive workflows, repeated mostly by memory or without reliable guidelines, often with omissions and mistakes. If there is any business process management in place, these are the workflows left out of its matrix. Related articles: Save the Orphans! […]
A workflow, in terms of process management, is a procedure comprised of a series of steps in order to achieve a certain result. Processes are basically repeating workflows and thus the repetition of a workflow gives rise to so called latent processes. Related articles: Save the Orphans! Every Business Process Should Have an Owner Procesoid’s […]
A process orphan is an informal term used to describe a process left outside of an organization’s process management or matrix. They don’t have a clearly defined owner, nor are they managed in any sensible way. Most orphan processes are latent, meaning that few (if any) people within an organization are even aware of their […]