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Transcript: Development of flowcharts of operation of devices of the computer Group: ТПерП- 18-12 Done by: Қуанишова Гульхан Checked out by: Сейтбекова А.М. A flowchart is a formalized graphic representation of a logic sequence, work or manufacturing process, organization chart, or similar formalized structure. The purpose of a flow chart is to provide people with a common language or reference point when dealing with a project or process. What is flowcharts? What is a flowchart for? 1.conveniently 2.economy of time 3.quality of work Who created the flow chart? History 1921 The first structured method for documenting process flow, the "flow process chart", was introduced by Frank and Lillian Gilbreth in the presentation "Process Charts: First Steps in Finding the One Best Way to do Work", to members of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) in 1921. Lilian Gilberth Frank and Lilian Gilberth Frank Gilberth Types of flowcharts: Types 1.Process Flowchart. 2.Workflow Chart. 3.Data Flowchart. 4.Swimlane Flowchart. Basic Flowchart For-example Business Process Modeling Diagram Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is a standardized graphical notation that allows to create a graphical view of the business processes in a workflow. BPMN standard notation was developed by the Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI) to unify the expression of the business processes, to help all business users easily understand each other using the unified standard. It is a simple and visual tool for businesses and business processes, the common standard for design and implementation of business processes. Types Business Process Business Process Modeling Diagram Cross Functional Flowchart Cross Functional Flowchart Data Flow Diagram Swimlane Flowchart Next In each company business-processes are allotted among workers and departments. One the same process may be fulfilled by several workers simultaneously or by turns. In such cases it is quite difficult to define the reasons of delays, defects and narrow places during the process. The documenting of business-processes in the company is required. One of the tools for documenting of business-processes is the Swim Lane diagram. Diagram Thank you for watching ! The End

Touchstone Swimlane Workflow

Transcript: Internal Workflow Sales Part: Activities: Responsibilities: General role players: Kevin, Hans, Dianne 6 8 21 16 15 4. Stage 3 support and detail In Opportunity Management 5. Stage 4 support and detail In Opportunity Management 6.Stage 5 support and detail In Opportunity Management Part: Build Target lists, drive awareness and interest, warm up "Leads" Activities: Create Avatar Lists Responsibilities: Generate Leads that develop into Opportunities General role players: Andrew, Mills, Bailie, Austin, Derek 1. Identify Perfect Prospect list 2. Create Marketing Campaign 3. Track engagement 4. Deliver Leads to be qualified by Sales 20 12 11 18 23 2 22 3 Part: Support mature Opportunities toward the end of the sales cycle and coordinate detail work to deliver product Activities: Responsibilities: General role players: Dan S., SS Staff Fulfillment 13 Part: Define Perfect Prospects, Qualify Leads, Develop Opportunities, Close Sales Activities: Collaborate with Marketing, Identify Targets, Qualify Leads to develop Opportunities, Close Sales Responsibilities: Develop Ad Hac and Program customers resulting in Closed/Won Opportunities General role players: Andrew Backen, Mike Welker, Dan S., AE Staff, SS Staff 7 Part: Coordinate delivery of products Activities: Receive Orders Responsibilities: General role players: 5. Receive/Qualify Lead through Lead Target/Quailify Netsuite Workflow on AE Customer View form 6. Work Qualified Lead through Opportunity workflow from AE Customer View form until Opp. is Closed/Won or Closed/Lost 7. As Opportunities progress Shared Services becomes an asset to fulfill Sales Orders and Design Presentations based on the Opportunity Detail 8. Stage 3 In Opportunity Management 9. Stage 4 10. Stage 5 19 1. TBD 2. ? 9 Marketing Shared Services 17 5 14 Part: Activities: Responsibilities: General role players: Kevin, Hans, Dianne 4 Part: Activities: Responsibilities: General role players: Kevin, Hans, Dianne 1 Stage 1 - BASIC QUALIFICATION (5%) OPPORTUNITY BUDGET (initial approximation of budget) OPPORTUNITY QUALIFICATION Project Budget (based on items with additional info from prospect) Qty In Hands Date Ship To ARTWORK eXtendFiles (held customer/account level or opportunity or both) Stage 2 - FUNDING (25%) PURCHASING PROCESS DOCUMENTED AND APPROVED PO Required (yes/no instead of checkbox) - Entity related? Credit App - Entity related? PROJECT FUNDING APPLIED FOR AND APPROVED Budget Approved Stage 3 - SUBMISSIONS (Field Sales) (50%) PRESENTATION (in front of client - email or in person) REQUESTED REVISIONS COMPLETED ESTIMATE SUBMITTED Stage 4 - APPROVALS (90%) SALES ORDER SENT SALES ORDER APPROVAL Stage 5 - PROOFING (Shared Services) PROOF SENT PROOF APPROVAL ENTER TRACKING #s (item fulfillment) Stage 6 - ORDER FOLLOW UP (Field Sales)CESSED AND FILLED Confirm Tracking SENT THANK YOU NOTE TO CUSTOMER (Email Template after fulfillment/delivery) CONFIRM DELIVERY AND FOLLOWED UP FOR CUSTOMER SATISFACTION (Email Template after fulfillment/delivery)

FLOWCHARTS

Transcript: Flowchart symbols 3. Modeling a Business Process | EPC Diagram simple set of tasks or a complex array of them that cover a number of possible situations 4. Managing Workflow | Workflow Diagram on process integration, human task orientation, or both to create a consistent, quality output based on a standardized set of procedures 5. Auditing a Process | Process Map are common in the fields of software and electronics breaking down processes into smaller steps, then examining them closely can reveal areas of both operating inefficiency and opportunity for improvement 6. Mapping Computer Algorithms | SDL Diagram SDL diagram - Specification and Description Language a unique set of symbols that are used to map out real-time systems 7. Data Management | Data Flow Diagram are an efficient way of bridging the communication gap between system developers and users specialized flowcharts that distill a substantial amount of information into a relatively few symbols and connectors 8. Chemical and Process Engineering | Process Flow Diagram used to exhibit high-level processes in chemical and process engineering used for a wide range of engineering applications. Flowchart example of EPC diagram example of process map 2.Documenting a Process | Swimlane Flowchart an excellent tool for these purposes using a flowchart can be much more efficient than a written narrative example of swimlane flow chart 1. Planning a New Project | Basic Flowchart one of the most frequent uses of flowcharts is to map out a new project input or outputs Start or end example of data flow diagram example of managing workflow types and uses FLOWCHART types and uses example of SLD diagram flowchart examples example of process flow diagram connecting lines types and uses types and uses visual representation of the sequence of steps and decisions Steps are linked by connecting lines and directional arrows example of basic flowchart

development of flowcharts

Transcript: Development of flowcharts of operation of devices of the computer Done by: The student of group AO-101 Birlikkyzy G. Checked by: Baydrakhmanova.G.A The faculty of philology,department of English and German languages A flowchart is a formalized graphic representation of a logic sequence, work or manufacturing process, organization chart, or similar formalized structure. The purpose of a flow chart is to provide people with a common language or reference point when dealing with a project or process. What is flowcharts? What is a flowchart for? 2.economy of time 1.conveniently 3.quality of work Who created the flow chart? History 1921 The first structured method for documenting process flow, the "flow process chart", was introduced by Frank and Lillian Gilbreth in the presentation "Process Charts: First Steps in Finding the One Best Way to do Work", to members of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) in 1921. Lilian Gilberth Frank and Lilian Gilberth Frank Gilberth Types of flowcharts: Types 1.Process Flowchart. 2.Workflow Chart. 3.Data Flowchart. 4.Swimlane Flowchart. Basic Flowchart For-example Business Process Modeling Diagram Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is a standardized graphical notation that allows to create a graphical view of the business processes in a workflow. BPMN standard notation was developed by the Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI) to unify the expression of the business processes, to help all business users easily understand each other using the unified standard. It is a simple and visual tool for businesses and business processes, the common standard for design and implementation of business processes. Types Business Process Business Process Modeling Diagram Cross Functional Flowchart Cross Functional Flowchart Data Flow Diagram Swimlane Flowchart In each company business-processes are allotted among workers and departments. One the same process may be fulfilled by several workers simultaneously or by turns. In such cases it is quite difficult to define the reasons of delays, defects and narrow places during the process. The documenting of business-processes in the company is required. One of the tools for documenting of business-processes is the Swim Lane diagram. Next Diagram Thank you for watching ! The End

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