Provide Tools for Employees to Conduct Mapping

 

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Process maps ensure standardization and create an accurate snapshot of all the steps involved to accomplish work. Organizations use process maps to identify nonvalue-added tasks, as a framework for process assessments and measures, and to facilitate new-hire training.  Ultimately, mapping activities can help with buy-in and adoption; this is especially true if key stakeholders (e.g., process owners and subject matter experts) are included in the development team. Best-practice organizations provide the tools, training, and support for people within the business to map processes. This is a best-practice article extracted from the best practices report: Best Practices in Process Frameworks.

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