Introduction Process Model Canvas
The Process Model Canvas is a format and method to get the essence of your business processes on the table. It is the logical next step after the Business Model Canvas (BMC) and provides an answer to the question: ‘Which processes are necessary to give shape to the strategic goals and how are the processes connected within the chain?’
Process Model Canvas works through three simple steps: Why, What, and Wow! It is an elementary approach which is understandable for everyone and it avoids technical aspects so board members and managers from all disciplines can take part in the design session. This method creates a strong connection between the various disciplines that are necessary to make the process chain and processes successful.
The workshop ‘Working with the Process Model Canvas‘ provides an introduction in the method and its application in four phases: assessment, innovation, validation, and implementation. With this approach Business Models come to life!
This workshop is intended for entrepreneurs, managers, specialists, and consultants who want to improve engagement for the design of business processes. And for those who want to succesfully apply this method for a process inventarisation.
The most important result is the outcome of the workshop itself, based on your own case. Which is: a process design on the Process Model Canvas. The way of thinking and the instrument are now yours to apply with your team, to create and design a Lean process with support from the business.
After successfully completing the online test, you will receive the certificate “PMC Certified Practitioner”.
Preparation and knowledge
No preparation necessary.
€ 595,- per participant, based on open submission: every second Tuesday of the month.
€ 2.380,- in-house session op location, for a maximum of 8 participants. Price excludes Tax, travel and possibly location costs (like rent, lunch and other facilities). This workshop is based on a specific business case.
At the Comm’ant office in Amsterdam or to be decided.
Every second Tuesday of the month (open submission), or to be decided (in house).