bikablo® Visual Process Mapping

Visual Process Mapping: simplifying and enhancing process understanding!

A 2-day, in-person workshop in Cape Town on 7 & 8 August 2024, hosted by Gill Cromhout and facilitated by Frank Wesseler, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt.

Join Frank Wesseler, Visual Facilitator & Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt for an immersive experience as you explore ways to navigate strategies, refine business models, streamline workflows, and optimize data interfaces.

Why Visual Process Mapping?

Map workflows, distinguish what’s involved in a specific process, get to a shared understanding quickly, identify what works and why, identify challenges and opportunities for improvement, collaborate, and problem-solve.

This specialized training equips you with techniques, visual vocabulary, and visualization methods suited to varying complexity levels within your organization. Apply these tools to your unique case studies.

Who should attend?

Agile Coaches, Scrum Masters, User Experience Experts, Business Analysts, Process and Change Consultants, Project Managers, Iteration Managers, IT Analysts, Trainers, Coaches and Facilitators.

What You’ll Learn

Visualization Vocabulary: A simple yet powerful visualization vocabulary tailored for roles, documents, media, steps, and rules.

Rapid Visualisation Technique: A rapid visualization technique to quickly spark questions and ideas for discussion.

Process Complexity: Explore visual methods pioneered by bikablo, tailored for varying levels of process analysis complexity.

Hands-on Activities: Engage in hands-on activities, to deepen your understanding and skills in visual process mapping.

Group Work: Experience interdisciplinary group work sessions on the second day, using your own process case study for practical application.

Toolkit: Take away tools to serve both as your toolkit for visual facilitation and as aids for small group work where everyone contributes their insights.

Benefits of Visual Process Mapping

When interdisciplinary teams tackle strategic shifts or process enhancements, they often lose themselves in the details. 

Is there a comprehensive plan? 
Should we focus on the big picture or the minutiae? 
Where do value creation and wastage occur? 
How do processes and transitions appear from different perspectives? 
Who is involved in each step? 
Where can improvements be made? 
How deep must we dive into the specifics?

We believe that visualization offers a solution to this complexity. Whether it's sketching out the "bigger picture" of a change initiative alongside your team or delving into the intricacies of data interfaces. Collaborative visual thinking provides a means to outline strategies, assess, analyse, and optimize processes.

How we work: 

In this comfortable learning environment, Frank Wesseler, supported by Gill Cromhout, will facilitate a learning journey suited to your current level of visual thinking, and delve into distinct levels of process analysis at meta, macro, meso, and micro levels using targeted inquiries.

You will receive:

A preparatory matrix to classify and address your case study's complexity levels.

Visual vocabulary cheat sheets encompass process pictograms for roles, media, documents, and actions.

A digital photo documentation post-training, detailing trainer insights and learning group achievements.

A certificate of attendance

An invitation to the bikablo® Online Community for Alumni, comprising a user forum and specialized knowledge database.

Neuland material discount of 15% for alumni.

Your investment 

When you book bikablo, you always get the original. For 20 years we have been paving the way for visual thinking. Our training programs are 100% comprised of our content, learning methods, and didactic concepts. Invest in your future today at R 13,500.00 (excluding VAT).  The fee excludes travel and accommodation in Cape Town.  Bookings close on 5 July 2024.