Welcome to BusinessOptix's February newsletter, in this edition we’re starting with a few useful tips for documenting your processes in BusinessOptix.
- Use verb-noun syntax (DO something TO something) for activities, to keep the language simple and clear.
- Use master data to provide a single source of truth of data to connect models, giving accuracy and consistency.
- Use the variant feature instead of creating an additional model where this is a process variant.
- Use comments on models for collaborating with team members when editing or validating content.
- Use the verify feature, to ensure the completeness of your models.
- Use the review and approval workflow, to regularly review and update models to reflect any changes in the business.
We’ve chosen to share these tips so you will be able to more easily manage complex models and encourage collaboration and consistency across the business.
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Our learning team is continually adding useful courses and content to the BusinessOptix Academy.
New additions include a short course on Landing Page Maintenance and an overview video for Capability Mapping.
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Quality Review: You can now use a workflow to manage the periodic quality review of your processes.
The quality review feature in BusinessOptix provides a regular opportunity to check and confirm that a process map is up to date and continues to be a correct representation of your business process.
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