Posted: Sat Sep 02, 2006 5:13 am Post subject: Relationships between processes.
I am looking for a document that describes the relationships between the processes. I want more detail than is given in Chapter 2 of Service Support. For example I'd like to hear how the outputs of one process are the inputs to another.
I am sure there must be some excellent tables somewhere on the web but I cannot find them today.
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Posted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 12:29 pm Post subject:
I personally haven't seen anything that actually maps out the inter-relationships between processes. It may exist but it's a long shot, as there are a very large number of processes with very many steps/activities within them.
We focus on the data inter-relationships, leaving the process inter-relationships to be handled through a loose coupling that meets the needs of the individual client. But to be honest, I have yet to see anyone who has a successful inter-relationship mapping of any of the processes, let alone all of them.
If you find something, I'd definitely be interested in taking a look at it and trying to help you out with it.
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Hmm... the process maps from CA (ca.com/technologies/Collateral.aspx?CID=90233&ID=5755) show a very high level of the inter-relations between processes. I don't think I've seen anything detailed in table form though - I'll have to check through my archives.
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