What is process mapping?
A visual planning method that identifies the activities, data or materials involved in a process. A logical way to streamline, standardise and simplify processes. A useful tool for getting clear on steps that need to be taken - and ensuring compliance.
What is process mapping used for?
Tracking and understanding the customer journey
Simplifying staff on-boarding and training
Supporting delegation, collaboration and teamwork
Identifying and mitigating problems and risks
Saving time and money
Demonstrating compliance and improvement
How process mapping can help you with GDPR preparation
A key step in being able to demonstrate compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) that come into effect on 25th May will be the ability to show that you understand how information flows throughout your organisation.
Process mapping is a useful tool that will help you get clear on exactly what you need to do to achieve GDPR compliance. Many of our clients have found that the easiest way for them to understand how their organisation uses and processes data has been to commission a half day workshop with us.
For more information about our GDPR data mapping workshops, click here.
Alternatively you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 029 2070 3328 to discuss your needs.