5 Compelling Reasons for Documenting Processes
As companies grow, it gets more and more difficult to keep track of processes used both for day-to-day operations and for contingency planning. When smaller companies start bursting at the seams the need for documenting processes is generally understood, but the task of actually getting the work done seems overwhelming and often gets placed on the back burner.
In her article, The Value of Documented Processes, writer and QA consultant Marcia Weeedon, examines five important reasons for taking the bull by the horns and getting the job done.
Read: The Value of Documented Processes and then leave a comment below with your thoughts. Have you had to tackle the challenge of documenting processes? How did you handle it and what value has that documentation provided to your organization? What other benefits has the process documentation provided that are not included in her discussion?