Analysis of processes and optimization


Processes in a company sometimes arise from habits. The paths taken are then no longer questioned and are answered with "It's always been that way." leave as they are.

It's always a good idea to take a close look at the processes in a company and question why something is done that way. With an objective look you often notice detours and duplication or, to put it positively, you can optimize a lot.

There are some tools to visualize processes. One that I used is BPMN 2.0. This modeling language makes it possible to map processes very precisely, including times.

The process plan is passed on to the company departments involved and ensures clarity. Everyone involved knows what needs to be done, when and how much time is allowed for it. Planning security is high and projects run more smoothly.