Design the workflows of the future
Xealand helps teams automate their work using a shared, visual processes called workflow design.
What is workflow design?
Workflow design has four stages:
- Mapping how tasks get done using your current processes and systems
- Identifying opportunities to automate tasks
- Prototyping new workflows
- Testing the impact of new workflows
Download the Workflow Design Toolkit
You can use version 1 of the Workflow Design Toolkit to map your current workflow in terms of the tasks performed by humans and/or software. This is the first step towards identifying opportunities to automate your systems and processes.
It’ll help you answer
- “Who” does “what tasks” based on our current processes?
- How does our software support the current workflow?
- How can we map our current workflow?
- How can we validate the accuracy of a workflow map?
Who it’s for
- Enterprise IT, HR or operations teams who are redesigning systems and processes
- Change managers and business analysts who need to align stakeholders around their current state
What you get
- A guide for a series of team-based exercises
- A simple, visual framework to organise your outputs
- A set of cards to prompt you as you work
- Examples to inspire you
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