Thu, Sep 28|
September Chapter Meeting
Join Scott Helmers as he covers the Essentials of Business Process Mapping
Time & Location
Sep 28, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
About the Event
Presentation Description: An effective process map should serve as the central repository for all process knowledge. People in the organization should be in the habit of turning to the map anytime they need to learn more about the process, knowing they will they will either find what they need in the map itself or will use embedded hyperlinks to connect with external resources. And they should be able to do so whether or not they have a license for the software that was used to build the map. That’s a bold claim. Does it sound too good to be true? Do your process maps meet or fall short of this mark? During this session you’ll learn the PROs and CONs of four common process mapping styles and will get a head start on learning essential techniques for creating content-rich yet eminently readable process maps in Visio. We’ll explore the use of data fields associated with the shapes in a process map, leverage that data by visualizing it on the map, and examine ways to share process maps with people who don’t have a Visio license.
Speaker Biography: Scott A. Helmers is a Partner at the Harvard Computing Group, a software and consulting firm that assists clients with understanding and implementing business process solutions. He is a co-inventor of TaskMap (https://www.taskmap.com/)® (TaskMap.com (https://www.taskmap.com/)), a Visio add-in that allows anyone to document, analyze, and improve their business processes. Scott has worked with clients in ten countries on projects involving process mapping and redesign, knowledge management, and technology training.
Scott has been named a Microsoft Valuable Professional (MVP) for Visio (http://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/PublicProfile/4020447) every year since 2008, one of only six people in the world to hold that distinction. He is a course author for LinkedIn Learning (http://bit.ly/LILearning-Author) (bit.ly/LILearning-Author (http://bit.ly/LILearning-Author)), a Senior Instructor with Netmind (http://www.netmind.net/), and i
s the author of four books from Microsoft Press, including
Visio 2016 Step by Step
Non Member - Virtual
Sep 28, 12:30 PM CDT
Member - Virtual
Sep 28, 12:30 PM CDT