Flowchart Example: The Burke-Litwin Model

The best way to understand Flowchart is to look at some examples of Flowchart and start drawing your own. You can now modify the Flowchart example below using Visual Paradigm's online Flowchart tool.

The Benefits of Using a Flowchart

  • Serve as a basis for designing new processes and help a team understand whether a process occurs in one or multiple ways
  • Facilitates the team's common understanding of the steps in a process and use this knowledge to collect data, identify problems, focus discussions, and identify resources among team members.
  • Identify steps and add values to the internal or external customer, including: delays; needless storage and transportation; unnecessary work, duplication, and added expense; breakdowns in communication.
  • Enables comparison of the way the process actually occurs with the planned or ideal flow

Why Flowchart?

  • Flowchart consists of only simple and standard symbols such as, the simple rectangles, ovals, diamonds and other shapes which is easy to understand and only need to take very little time to learn
  • Flowchart symbols are universally recognized across multiple disciplines, and will allow us to communicate a great deal of information accurately, efficiently, and succinctly.
  • Flowchart shows every step of a process in clear and explicit detail. The top-down and left-to-right flow of steps on the chart have a natural order and are easy to follow.

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