Derra Lusk

Flow charts are diagrams showing how steps in a process fit together. This makes them useful tools for communicating how processes work, and for clearly documenting how a particular job is done. Furthermore, the act of mapping a process out in flow chart format helps you clarify your understanding of the process, and helps you think about where the process can be improved.

 

A flow chart can therefore be used to:

Define and analyze processes;

Build a step-by-step picture of the process for analysis, discussion, or communication; and

Define, standardize or find areas for improvement in a process

 

Also, by conveying the information or processes in a step-by-step flow, you can then concentrate more intently on each individual step, without feeling overwhelmed by the bigger picture.

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7 Responses to “Derra Lusk”

  1. Lauren Wagner Says:

    I didn’t know that a step by step flow chart helped with all of that.

  2. Spencer Elliott Says:

    This is a good example of a flow chart because I think that things are easier when you break them down instead of looking at the whole big picture.

  3. Anna Allberry Says:

    Even though I hate proofs they do help when you are trying to figure something out. Using this step-by-step helps with the conclusion.

  4. Emma Lee Says:

    This helps because it explains everything step by step which makes it easier to understand.

  5. Luke Volz Says:

    This makes a lot of sense because it makes it easier when everything is step by step.

  6. Cameron Bargell Says:

    Nice job using a step by step process is very helpful

  7. Abby Hess Says:

    Flow charts are good because you can you can see things individually and get a better concept of them. Proofs can relate to real life and using step by step procedures to work through something.

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