Processes are all the rage right now, and we’re very pleased to be leading the charge in making processes agile and actionable for organizations of all shapes and sizes..
But sometimes we’re guilty of assuming that having a process automatically makes something organized. It doesn’t.
If you’re a solopreneur or working in a startup, managing processes is fairly easy. You have a limited number and you can easily scroll through to find the one you need when you need it.
But what about large organizations? Companies where people on different teams are in different countries? Businesses where different departments speak and operate in different languages?
How can we manage processes on such a large scale, and what does that tell us about managing processes for small businesses looking to scale?
This is where a process library comes in.
In this Process Street article, we’ll look at:
- What is a process library?
- Why you should build a process library for your business
- Determine your information architecture before building your library
- How you can build a process library in Process Street
All while taking inspiration and advice from some of the world’s largest collections of knowledge!