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Process Mapping with Dashboard Demo

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Process Landscapes are diagrams and dashboards of essential value that present a strategic overview of business processes, capabilities, and roles.

Using Dragon1, you can generate a visualization like this easily and quickly using the process landscape template, an Excel sheet, or any other repository with your data. Dragon1 makes sure you can put all your time into collecting high-quality data as input for the visualization, resulting in great analysis.

Above you see an interactive example of a generated Process Landscape in the Viewer.

You can also have such a generated Process Landscape by doing the Dragon1 demos.

We have provided a Visualization Template and Excel Sheet you can use to generate your Process Landscape with on Dragon1.

The round trip demo you can do here, consists of 5 steps:

  • 1. You download the Excel Sheet and edit it with your data
  • 2. You convert the Excel Sheet into a .dragon1 File (JSON Structured)
  • 3. You upload the .dragon1 File in the Viewer, check out the generated diagram with its dashboard, and manage your transformation in your company using the diagram and the dashboard.
  • 4. You edit the process diagram by putting the Viewer in Edit mode and dragging some shapes onto the canvas.
  • 5. You export the data to an Excel sheet and view the changes in MS Excel.

Example Process Mapping

Below you see a screenshot of a typical process landscape that can be generated in minutes on Dragon1 from any repository or Excel sheet.

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More and more organizations want to have an overview and insights into how their processes are structured, organized, and collaborated. This helps them to support decision-making and make the company work more efficiently and effectively.

For instance in an ERP solution like SAP there is a lot of data available on roles and activities, but that data is not often visible as a processes diagram.

Use this Dragon1 Process Mapping template to:

  • Generate processes overviews and details from a data repository like SAP
  • Understand and communicate the Process Architecture of the organization better
  • Plan the implementation of LEAN principles
  • Optimize and improve processes
  • Improve data exchange between processes

This template supports you with generating various views on your process architecture, like a Strategic Process Mapping Planning view, but also a key HR competencies view and business capabilities view.

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Problems & Use Cases

Click on the Demo Steps

  • Step 1 Highlight Processes Click on the different views in the List of Views to filter undocumented processes.
  • Step 2 Measure Rules Click on the Reports button (bottom bar) and then click on the View List of Objects. In the dialog select Rules, click on Show List, and click OK. In the List of Rules Dialog, click on rule 1, rule 2, and rule 3 and watch the diagram.
  • Step 4 Filter Class Click on the Dashboard button, click on the Analytics button, and select Attribute Class and Refresh list button to show only the tasks. Click on Show All to turn off the filter.
  • Step 5 Draw ShapesClick the Edit button and drag a shape from the shapes panel onto the canvas.
  • Step 6 Discover Weaknesses Click on the Dashboard button and scroll to the Discover button Warnings on the Dashboard panel.
  • Step 7Select Theme Click on the Edit button and Wizard button (top button bar) and select the theme panel.
  • Step 8 Export To Excel Click on the Edit button and next on the Export button (top button bar) and export the data to an Excel Sheet. Open the Excel sheet, go to the Processes tab, and change some more names of the processes. Click on Save.
  • Step 9 Upload Excel Sheet Select the Excel sheet from your download folder and see the updated generated process landscape diagram.
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