How to Create a Functional Flow Block Diagram
Functional Flow Block Diagram (FFBD) is one of the classic business process modeling methodology, that is widely used in systems engineering. It is represented as a multilevel, time-sequenced, step-by-step diagram, that illustrates the processes flowing into the functional blocks and circuits of equipment. The modeling of the business process enables a description of the logical relationship of all components of the business process from its start to completion. It is very important to use a certified notation system — Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) to describe the steps of business processes. This way, all process participants can observe the interrelations and proceedings that happen within a business process.
ConceptDraw DIAGRAM makes drawing BPMN diagram simple than ever. The Classic Business Process Modeling solution extends ConceptDraw DIAGRAM with a set of 5 library that contains 88 vector shapes that can be used when representing the transferring of data, documents, and tasks during a performance of a business process. This article uses the example Functional Flow Block diagram to explain what you need to get started designing a business process model using the Classic Business Process Modeling solution.
Result: The business process modeling is an effective way to search the ways of optimization an organization's activity, elimination of risks and effectiveness improvement.
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