Process Design and Development Last Update: 11/2021 Duration: 1h 16m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 795 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English
An Introduction to Process Thinking What you'll learn: Introduce Process Thinking, Design, and Development Introduce Process Ecosystem and understand the Process Lifecycle Introduce Business Process Architecture and build skill Understand the basic anatomy of process Introduce how organization structure gets imposed onto the process and build skill Introduce the adapted SIPOC Diagram. Practice developing a SIPOC diagram Introduce Process Standards, Quality Control and Quality Assurance Practical Application Activity Brings the Concepts and Skills Together
Requirements: Basic knowledge of continuous process improvement might be helpful. Basic knowledge of business process might be helpful.
Description: The context for this online course is based on the fact that less than 2% of companies that go on a quality journey actually achieved World Class levels of performance (reference ASQ Discoveries Study 2016). There might be many reasons why that is the case.
In my experience, companies introduce LEAN in the practice of continuous improvement. This makes sense because wherever it is that employees work, they use the processes within the organization and those processes are riddled with waste. At the same time, there is a science to the design and development of process which includes defining process standards. In addition to that, there is a practice of Quality Control (QC) that happens at the point of work within the operations that is based on process standards. In addition to that is the practice of Quality Assurance (QA) and risk mitigation on the process. Both QC and QA rely on process standards and are different from the practice of continuous process improvement. There is technical skill to be developed in all four of these areas and each is needed to achieve World Class levels of performance.
In my view, the technical side to process design and development is underemphasized in the practice today. In this online course, I would like to introduce you to some building blocks and basic language for process thinking, process design and development. There is a language, a LEAN Logos if you like, and structure to process thinking that can help us to discuss, articulate, standardize and visualize the work that we do. So, whether you are a Lean Sigma belt practitioner, a business analyst, or a manager responsible for processes in your organization, this course introduces you to what you need to know about process and gets you started with basic tools that you can begin to apply in your own practice.
Who this course is for: This course is for Lean Six Sigma practitioners, Business Analysts, and Managers who might be responsible for process improvement or process design. To design process, develop process, standardize process and improve process, we need to have a basic understanding of what elements make up the process. We need to know what tools to use in order to discuss, describe and visualize the process in different business situations. This class introduces the learner to the basic building blocks of process design and development and links the basic process elements with Operational Excellence and LEAN practice more broadly.
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