An ALCTS webinar.
Have you ever asked “How can we make this process better” only to realize that no one really understands the process from start to finish in the first place? Workflow mapping can be a powerful approach to understanding the systems and processes libraries already have in place and a great first step in figuring out how to improve them.
This webinar will provide an introduction to workflow mapping. Topics covered will include basic workflow mapping syntax, software, and techniques for creation. Just as importantly, participants will also hear tips on how to structure a successful workflow mapping project—from getting buy-in from stakeholders to making the most of our your completed map.
Originally presented on March 9, 2014 by Kristen Wilson.
This webinar is one part of the six-part "Working with Continuing Resources" webinar series.
Trends and Advancements for Library Resource Discovery: http://bit.ly/1PLd6NW
Tailoring Communications to Different Audiences: http://youtu.be/nmJTmh68O1k
Persistence: “Got Yours?” Preserving Scholarship: http://youtu.be/tW0n-XI7gwk?a
E-Book Cataloging Using a Shared Mailbox: http://youtu.be/l81ILPfX_mA
Cataloging Continuing Resources in a Changing Landscape: http://youtu.be/7zjjXTQ7OoU