Writing perfect processes is a dream all Process Street users share.
But a perfect process isn’t necessarily a process where all the steps work perfectly all the way through.
In real life, processes come up against external forces and unforeseen circumstances. A perfect process doesn’t have to predict all these external influences in advance; it needs to be able to adapt to them in real time as they arise.
Fortunately, there’s a concept for this: Process Flexibility.
Process flexibility helps keep our processes working even when everything else is going wrong.
In this article, we’re going to outline what process flexibility is and the main approaches to managing it:
- What is process flexibility?
- What are the main approaches to process flexibility?
- Flexibility by design
- Flexibility by deviation
- Flexibility by underspecification
- Flexibility by change
- How Process Street is designed for agility