If you’re reading this, you clearly value processes and the myriad benefits they bring.
But simply having processes doesn’t mean you’re organized. In fact, it could be confusing for people to navigate here, there, and everywhere looking for the processes they want.
That’s where a process library comes in. Process libraries are document management systems that allow you to structure and organize your processes in a fluid, accessible way.
This Process Library Checklist helps you to create and, later, review your company’s process library.
Here’s how the checklist works.
First, you’ll answer a dropdown regarding whether it’s your first time running this process or not.
If it’s your first time running this process, conditional logic will supply you with tasks to ensure all processes are documented, create the process library’s architecture, then begin optimizing the process library by establishing a tagging system and setting user access permissions.
If it’s not your first time running the process, you’ll move straight onto the process library review steps. These steps guide you through reviewing the library yourself, on top of getting feedback from colleagues, and then making any useful changes.
The team at Process Street – state-of-the-art BPM software – suggest you go through the review steps every quarter/every 3 months. This is so the process library is always optimized and never outdated.
Being organized and productive has never been so easy.
This checklist can be used for creating a process library anywhere, like in your company’s intranet, for instance. But by creating a process library in the Process Street app, you’re able to undergo agile process management at scale.
Specifically, you’ll be able to:
1. Create a culture of processes in your company
2. Iterate and improve processes quickly (seeing as live processes are updated for all members immediately whenever process changes are made)
3. Track progress and pull integral data incredibly easily, especially with features such as the checklist dashboard
To get a glimpse into how other companies are using Process Street to create their process library, check out the following video.