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Daglish Business Process Mapping

What can Daglish Business Processing & Mapping do for your business

What is business process mapping? This is a framework used to create visual representations of work processes. A business process and structure show the relationship between the steps to produce an end product or service. This process of documentation clearly states what a business does, why it does what it does, what the standard is for success within the business, who is responsible and when steps will need to be taken.

Business process mapping promotes transparency, not only for those within the company but for all stakeholders, especially those involved in compliance.

Business owner in Daglish? Daglish is a tiny western suburb of Perth, Western Australia’s capital. It is located roughly 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) west of Perth’s core business district and is administered by the City of Subiaco. It was named after
Henry Daglish, the Mayor of Subiaco, a member of the Subiaco electoral district, and Western Australia’s Premier from 1904 to 1905. In response to population expansion in the neighboring neighborhood of Subiaco,
the Daglish railway station built in 1924. The next year, the Subiaco Municipality purchased the property west of the railway station to sell for homes. Over the next 20 years, progress was made.
The first phase of construction near the train station followed garden suburb ideas, with big lots and gardens, curving roadways, and plenty of green space. The neighbourhood has important heritage significance today
because of its homogeneous streetscape, with the majority of original residences still intact. According to the 2016 Australian census, it has a population of 1419 people. The Cliff Sadlier VC Memorial Park
is Daglish’s largest park.
Originally, it was a water compensation basin managed by the Metropolitan Water Supply, Sewerage, and Drainage Board. Daglish does not have any schools, however there are a number of schools nearby.
Daglish is served by Jolimont Primary School, which is located just north of the neighborhood.

The scope and purpose of business process modelling

Business Process Mapping is used to document a current process and to model a new one. Its purpose is to gain a detailed understanding of the process, people, inputs, controls and outputs, and then potentially to simplify it all, make it more efficient and/or improve the process results.

It requires time and discipline to conduct this mapping, but the payoff can be significant over time. Mapping has become common in the business world to standardize procedures, become more efficient, meet audit requirements and gain a competitive advantage.

Business process mapping symbols

Task/Activity

Flow

Event

Gateway

We help you set up all your processes so that they work. It can be overwhelming to create all your processes on your own, so let us help you. This is no small task but it will create a more streamlined future for yourself and your business.

Why use Business Processing & Mapping for your Daglish business?

Business process mapping is a part of project planning used for a range of different project types, from improvement projects to more intense business process re-engineering projects. Business process re-engineering is the drastic redesign of the entirety of the enterprise’s processes. Some businesses choose to map their processes because they are wanting to improve strategic planning and develop metrics for reporting.

  1. Process standardization
  2. Employee onboarding and training
  3. Process improvement
  4. Communication
  5. Compliance with regulating agencies (e.g. International Organization for Standardization, 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act)
  6. Internal auditing

Our systems and team can work with you or your team to assist in the creation and implantation of these processes and maps. If you are interested call today on 0437 206 250 to talk about your business.

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