Business processes are most conveniently mapped using a business mapping or modeling tool. There are multiple software programs on the market, designed to facilitate the illustration of different types of processes and organizational structures. Successful process mapping furthermore requires knowledge about the building blocks making up the main processes. For instance, sub-processes and activities. Process mapping further demands a widespread understanding for the context in which the processes exist and operate, like organizational structure, necessary resources, regulatory frameworks and environmental factors among others.
To improve your process mapping skills, practice is they best way forward. However, it is not always obvious where to begin when mapping a process or system of processes. To help you get started, we have developed a step-by-step guide on how to get going with your process mapping and modeling. We are using the 2c8 Modeling Tool
to demonstrate how easily you can get started with visualizing the process in your organization