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The diagram shown above is an example of a cross-functional map.
Cross-functional maps are part of process mapping. There are three types of
diagrams used in process mapping:
Maps and flowcharts help people understand a work process. They make the
tasks, interfaces, inputs, and outputs more visible. Analyzing a process map may
help reduce cycle time, reduce costs, and increase productivity.
|Drawing Instructions||If you haven't already done so, first download the
free trial version of RFFlow. It will allow you to open any chart and make
Once RFFlow is installed, you can open the above chart in RFFlow by clicking on cross-functional-map.flo. From there you can zoom in, edit, and print this sample chart. It is often easier to modify an existing chart than to draw it from scratch.
To draw this chart without downloading it, run RFFlow and use the Sample Stencil.
|See Also:||Process Mapping|
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