Every day, there are thousands of actions that are executed in your business. Walking through your office space, you might hear Susan following up on a client’s question. Jim in Human Resources is starting the hiring process for a new employee in administration. Next door, Alex in Accounting is set to pay payroll the next day.
Each process is different, but they are easy to organize if they are defined by type. This will not only help you structure them more easily, but will also help you better manage them, once there.
Broadly speaking, processes can be organized into two different classifications: recurrent and sequential processes. There is a third category: future processes. They include what I call ad hoc tasks and relates to a set of actions that occur for a specific reason and have not yet been organized into a process.Read More