A checklist is the simplest form of process – basically it is just a list of tasks describing, for example, a workflow. Procesoid, in addition to such trivial processes, allows for the creation of more complex processes, such as data collection, quality monitoring, etc.
If you are into process management, you don’t see services. You see the processes behind them. And even though I was just an ordinary customer, I could see that Lenovo has some key processes that are seriously broken.
Procesoid isn’t just a web app for tackling workflows. It is also our vision of introducing process management to millions of people that refuse to have to deal with complex methodologies and complicated software. It is a big dream, but we’ve taken quite a few steps to making this a reality over the last quarter.
To allow for even more sharing of best practices, we have started new Process Management group on Facebook — feel free to join the debate! And you can also ask on agile process management in person on Quora (also a new profile).
Sure, in a perfect world. But in ours, this isn’t a good process practice.