One of the challenges for organizations is to explain how processes and procedures should be followed. With too many options and no common vocabulary for documenting and describing work processes, results are confusing, making it hard to capture, document and share work process knowledge. A simple to comprehend process map is a prerequisite to successfully planning and implementing processes. Simplified Process Mapping is one answer to this challenge.
NOTE: All training courses qualify for Continuing Education Unit credits.
Each course is equivalent of 0.1 CEU.
Learn about Simplified Process Mapping FREE SEMINAR
After attending our FREE seminar Can anyone document processes? you will be able to:
Ensure all recipients understand the process map the first time, without training
Create 98% of your process maps using only 6 symbols
Improve communications for all your projects and procedures
Provide an effective framework for process improvement
During this FREE on-line seminar, Harvard Computing Group will discuss some of the pitfalls and challenges of today's process mapping tools and techniques. They will introduce a simple, practical method that anyone can use to understand and document processes. Finally, they will use TaskMap®, Harvard Computing Group's affordable, Visio-based solution, to illustrate their point that anyone can capture key process data and draw effective process maps.
Both the method and the software described during this session have been designed for use by experts and non-experts alike. After attending this session, both experienced project managers and novices will be able to explain the pitfalls of traditional process mapping tools and understand the value of Simplified Process Mapping. They will be able to introduce the concept of simplified process mapping so their staff can produce their own process maps. Finally, attendees will be in a position to decide whether to add TaskMap® to the list of systems they use to communicate within the organization or with their clients.