Process Execution

The process execution describes the realization of the implemented target processes, now actual processes, in everyday business life. When processes are executed, data is generated that is important for process controlling with the help of Process Mining. This is part of the process management lifecycle and takes place after process implementation.

How is process execution carried out?

The execution phase begins as soon as the persons involved execute a process in their day-to-day business. A work instruction created from the process documentation can help the employees. It describes the process flow in more detail than the process model and can thus answer questions that arise. To check the performance of the process, key figures should be measured continuously in addition to the execution. However, the analysis of these key figures does not take place until the next phase, Process Controlling. Short-term challenges can be solved by an ad hoc problem solution. The process documentation must in turn record such changes. However, if too many errors occur, the process should be optimized again.

The process is executed as follows:

1. Carrying out the process in the daily business of the company

2. Measuring and documenting key figures

3. Ad hoc problem solving in everyday life

4. Documentation of the solutions in the process model

 

Related terms: Business Process Management, Business Process, Process Management Lifecycle