Stencils tagged with ‘process’
OMG Software Process Engineering Metamodel Stencils for Omnigraffle. Using SPEM you can plan or inspect the engineering approach in software projects. You can use it to learn from previous approaches as well as to simply improve the processes in your company.
Multi-system flow-chart for business process or system integration diagrams. Each swim lane contains processes, flows and decisioned owned by a single entity. Flows that cross swim lane boundaries indicate integration points between entities (business processes, systems).
This stencil provides basic structure for diagramming using swim lanes, and split swim lanes to show separation of processes of tasks.
Provides a set of stencils that can be used to draw diagrams in the style of the Theory of Constraints Thinking Processes.
Clean and easy to use, this flowchart stencil was compiled with university students in mind, but also suitable for professionals seeking for no frill flowcharting with all symbols in one stencil. Having had a strict assignment marker myself, I've only included traditional symbols and uniformly sat magnet connector to NSEW....more
Use this stencil to construct train or other network maps. Also works for visualising work processes. The station labels are transparent lines attached to the stations, so can be rotated around the station to make room for lines. When connecting a line to a station, be sure it snaps to the magnet at the station’s centre. To...more
"This is a method for documenting business processes, based on the design elements of the London Underground diagram. We have used this technique in place of standard flowcharts, for all kinds of process-related documents including quality systems, to give a fresh and user-friendly look to what can be rather boring material....more
Visualize the value streams in your supply chain or material flows.
VSM symbols to visualize the value streams in your supply chain or material flows according to Lean Manufacturing principles. Based on former Yang's stencil but extended with new symbols and improved usability.