Sometimes the hardest thing to accomplish is the documentation for the thing you’re building. It’s the bane of your existence if you’re in any field that performs repetitive work of any kind. And if it’s not just the documentation of what you built but also how to use it, well that comes in pretty handy when you want to show someone how to actually use what you built. From a light bulb to an electron microscope, knowing how to build one of these can change a nation overnight. But who has time for that?
Imagine if you had the most commonly performed processes, no matter how simple, documented in one place. Like the onsite service call process, or maybe the new user onboarding checklist and how to use it. Let’s say we store these in a Standards and Procedures guide or Standard Operating Procedure manual. And what if the SaP or SOP was in a Wiki on SharePoint for everyone to see?
In this white paper, you’ll learn how to document any process step-by-step, and you’ll learn to master the critical elements that make up a complete process document. Along the way, you will pick up some of the best tricks to collaborating online. With your team focusing on continuous incremental improvement through collaboration, you can build and document the most important processes without having to spend a lot of time in meetings.
Properly Documented Process Components Covered In This White Paper:
• Complete Flow Chart
• Quality Narrative for Each Cell of the Flow Chart
• Forms for Input
• Reports for Output
• Email Templates for Communications
• Checklists for Progress Measurement