Business Process Analysis Template Collection

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Business Process Analysis Template Collection

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Are you embarking on a process improvement exercise?

Save some time and effort with the Business Process Analysis Template Collection.

This collection of templates is targeted at process improvement projects and will help you ask the right questions while ensuring that you capture an accurate definition of business processes and the requirements to be fulfilled.

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Here's what you'll get:

1. Business Process Analysis Questionnaire (BPAQ): 35 key questions for arriving at a comprehensive description of a business process (As-is) and identifying which improvements should be made to implement the revised (To-be) process. Also includes:

  • Response/Requirements Tracking Sheet
  • 35 process elements to define
  • Process Improvement Action Plan Template
  • Usage guide and new version updates
  • Business Process Management (BPM) Links

2. Business Process Definition (BPD) Template: Provides a starting point for business analysts looking to create standard and comprehensive process definitions. Also includes:

  • Sections for documenting 35 process elements contained in the Business Process Analysis Questionnaire
  • Sample text or examples of what can go in each section
  • Usage guide and new version updates

3. Business Process Functional Specification (BPFS) Template: Provides a starting point for Business Analysts looking to create standard and comprehensive requirements specification documents using a template that can easily be customized. There's no need to start from scratch. Also includes:

  • Sample text or examples of what can go in each section
  • Usage guide and new version updates
  • A requirements specification template suited to smaller projects or projects that require less detail.

4. Business Rule Documentation & Questionnaire (BRDQ): This collection of templates provides a guideline for channeling discussions at elicitation events (workshops, focus groups, interviews, etc) to focus on questions that trigger stakeholders to think about existing processes and the business rules that should be adhered to. Includes:

  • Business Rule Questionnaire & Response Tracking Sheet
  • Business Rule Documentation (BRD) Template
  • Sample text or examples of what can go in each section
  • Usage guide and new version updates

5. Business Terms Glossary: This template provides a structure for your glossary that can be fleshed out depending on the requirements of your project and your own requirement to fill any existing knowledge gaps you may have on the project.