8 Sep

process management

Process management is the identification, documentation, control, improvement and further development of business processes. It is part of organisational development and therefore deals with all processes within a company. This includes administration, technology and production, as well as other supporting processes. Mostly, process management is used to be able to hold one's own on the markets. In some industries, companies are also obliged to document all processes in detail. Process management is also used for this purpose.

Process management comes up in this blog.



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