Business process improvement is difficult - much more than necessary. It begins with the business itself: unclear terms, titles, definitions, activities, workflows, organization charts, business processes, etc. OpsDog standardizes and visualizes these. Visit opsdog.com to begin benchmarking and improve now.
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Sample Process Improvement Overview
A summary of the most common non-technology improvements identified within an industry or function.
Sample Metrics Catalog
A collection of standardized performance metrics, used to compare competition and track customer service levels.
Sample Process Map
A standardized map, including best practices, depicting a process from end-to-end at activity-level detail.
Our Improvement Starter Kit Includes
A. Introductory Overview
This 40-page presentation shows how to recognize the valuable, overlooked non-technology improvements in your operation, including a selffunding project management process to help you find and implement these improvements in six months or less.
B. Process Improvement Overview
These summaries help you focus your improvement efforts on the business processes and organizations that offer the most valuable opportunity for process change. Set goals for non-technology improvements and establish feasible implementation timelines.
C. Standardized Process List
These standardized, organization-based lists help you identify, prioritize and name your business processes. By using standardized business process descriptions you can use our improvement templates to accelerate your map development efforts. These standardized lists also make it easier to compare and benchmark the performance of your business.
D. Business Process Map [Full Size]
Improve your team’s business process mapping skills and you will find 3-10 times more non-technology improvements. Use these activity-level maps as instructive tools and templates to standardize your maps and related operating activities.
E. Benchmarking Metrics Catalog
Each catalog includes standard definitions for hundreds of comparative, quantitative performance measures. Use these to compile data to manage operations, evaluate competitive performance and track service against customer expectations.