Workflow analysis aims to determine workflow patterns that maximize the effective use of resources and minimize activities that do not add value.

There are a variety of tools that can be used to analyze the workflow of processes and clarify potential avenues for eliminating waste. Flowcharts are a basic and commonly used workflow analysis method that can help highlight areas in need of streamlining.
.select a common event that occurs regularly in your organization and create a flowchart representing the workflow. analyze the process you have diagrammed and propose changes for improvement.

.Identify a common, simple event that frequently occurs in your organization that you would like to evaluate.
Create a simple flowchart of the activity you selected.
identify the following:

.What technology is used?

.What policies and rules are involved in determining how, when, why, or where the step is executed?

.What information is needed for the execution of this step?

.Describe the metric that is currently used to measure the soundness of the workflow. Is it effective?

.Describe any areas where improvements could occur and propose changes that could bring about these improvements in the workflow.