Stencils tagged with ‘process’
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
This stencil contains a comprehensive collection of Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) v2.0 visual elements. Clean and easy to use out-of-the-box, this stencil is suitable for anyone seeking no-frill notational symbols with all elements in one stencil. Your diagrams will look professional on-screen and print nicely,...more
Stencils for Punch Through Bean & Bean+ Arduino bluetooth boards. Add bluetooth to your Arduino project. Connects to any mobile device, tablet or computer that supports bluetooth.
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
VSM symbols to visualize the value streams in supply chains or material flows according to Lean Manufacturing principles. Extended with new symbols and improved usability. Colored symbols.
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).
Some circular arrows useful for illustrating repeating processes or flows.
I've used the cross functional diagram and this stencil several time to analyze the organization of different sized enterprises (SMEs and Big enterprises) for my consultancy work. It works well to define the organizational flow and to understand critical points within the organization.
Process Modelling (or "Service Modelling") should be simple, but nothing steals the wind from the sails of a process improvement/enhancement/re-engineering excercise like arguing over which shape does what. This stencil eliminates a lot of the additional process modelling shapes and introduces a "hand drawn sketch" feel so...more