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New Post 11/1/2012 7:33 AM
User is offline Heather
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Process maps - Sub proceses 

Hi when drawing process maps, i'm coming across similar flows.

I'm   using sub-process maps, to avoid drawing the same thing.  But I'm concerned the users may find this difficult to follow, particularly when I'm using BPMN.

any ideas?




New Post 11/1/2012 7:36 AM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Process maps - Sub proceses 

Hi Heather,

Using sub-processes is still the best way to go since it not only makes the management of the process maps easier it also makes it clear to the users (line of business) where the process is the same thus potentially resulting in better knowledge and decision making.


Adrian Marchis
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