Why is Early Collaboration on Processes Important?
Process Management is not a top down approach anymore. Today, multiple people are involved in processes and can contribute valuable feedback - even in the process modeling phase. Missing information can only be detected by humans (semantically correctness).
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Journey: From process creation to process publishing
In our Journey we have two stakeholders; the modeler and the commentator.
- The modeler creates processes and requests feedback.
- The commentator reads and comments the diagram.
- The modeler receives feedback and incorporates it.
- The modeler publishes the diagram.
Step 1: Creating
The modeler creates the process with the known information.
Step 2: Requesting Feedback
After the process model is completed, one or more stakeholders are invited to provide feedback on the process to ensure that the process is correct and complete.
Step 3: Providing Feedback
Role: Invited Stakeholder
The invited stakeholder has the responsibility to look at the process and provide feedback if process steps or important information is missing from the process.
Step 4: Incorporate
Now the modeler incorporates the feedback received from the invited stakeholders into the process diagram to enhance it.
Step 5: Publishing Process
After the process is fully modeled, the process is published to the Signavio Collaboration Hub for the entire organization.
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