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Reflections on Business Process Leveling

Tuesday, 22 January, 2013
Process modelling is used to improve productivity, retain the intellectual capital and support organisational change and complexity. Real IRM recommends six process levels. These process levels are based on theory and best practices, and have been proven in practice at several clients.

Process modelling is an accepted business practice used to improve productivity, retain the intellectual capital and support organisational change and complexity.  

Process definitions, as intangible assets need to be aligned to their organisational impact. Process levelling as an approach, ensures that process models are aimed at particular stakeholders – focusing the value and impact to a given perspective. This is an approach used by a number of industry organisations and forums.

Real IRM recommends six process levels. These process levels are based on theory and best practices, and have been proven in practice at several clients. The organisation embarking on process modelling, should define its own process hierarchy using an approach such as the one presented as an example. Then define the relationship to the modelling tool of choice – specifically the models and objects that will be used to ensure consistency and quality in establishing this most important organisational asset