Sure, in a perfect world. But in ours, this isn’t a good process practice.
A business process is a specific term for a process in the context of process management. To put it simply, it is a recurring service or production workflow, which is not intuitive, but implemented and managed according to some proprietary or general methodology. And as such it has at least some formal attributes — e.g. […]
A process instance represents a single occurrence of a service or production workflow, i.e. a process. An instance can be either open (in progress), or closed (finished) and it is a good practice of process management, that someone in particular should be accountable for it, whether it is a periodic or triggered process that is […]
Process, as used in the context of process management, is a recurring production or service workflow consisting of steps, that can be objectively described. Each repetition of such a process is called a process instance. But isn’t this all a bit too abstract and boring? Let’s try to imagine something real instead: How about Cristiano […]
At the beginning of the 90s, my wife tried to cure my forgetfulness. By the front door of our apartment, she put up a list of things to check before leaving: keys, wallet, tram pass, floppy disk with my articles … Next to it, there was a string with a ballpoint pen and I had to make a check mark every day. Sounds funny right? However, the truth is that for as long as the list hung there, I didn’t forget to take any of these things.