Run your business need proper preparation and planning to make sure that your business will run smoothly and profitable. However, to plan properly, you will need to make business process models to demonstrate the planning, actions and reactions necessary to carry out task in your company. Business process model can be an easy to use reference guide for your employee to complete the task correctly and efficiently. This will help your employees to be more proficient, competence and make them be able to facilitate your customer better. You can create business process model using business process modeling software(http://blog.comindware.com/leadership/difference-between-business-process-modeling-and-process-automation/) to help you create it easily. Today, I will provide you a step by step guide on how to create a business process model in easy steps.
The first step is identifying process needed to complete the task you are creating the business process model for. Identifying process need to help you create an organized process model that will have better flow and comprehension. Some software called bpm solutions(http://www.comindware.com/solutions/bpm-software/) will help you to finish this step easily; you can visit Comindware(http://www.comindware.com/) for more information about this software.
The second step is highlighting the process that necessary in the sequence they need to be performed. You will need to make an order of operations that need to be performed to accomplish the task. This will make your business process model more comprehensive.
The next step is discussed and records the business process with your employee. This will help you to evaluate each process and provide feedback from your employee to make your business process model better. Make sure to interview each employee in order to get the most accurate step by step process and write all information about the process.
The next step is creating a flow chart for the steps necessary to finish the task. You will need to create flow chart to provide visual demonstration for every process needed to finish the task. Flow charts can explain steps clearly and effectively to train new employees.