Business Process Mapping for Salesforce Admins

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  • Business Process Mapping for Salesforce Admins July 27, 2016

  • Speakers

    Gillian Madill Admin Evangelist Salesforce @gmadill

    Squire Kershner Salesforce Platform Lead Baird @skershner__c

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  • Agenda

    The Importance of Business Process Mapping

    What is Lean Methodology?

    Putting it All Together

    Resources

    Q&A

  • Awesome Admins = Awesome Process Mappers

    Admins are Business Analysts

    Know the business & implement Salesforce solutions

    Drive success for your business

    Example:

    Your company uses Salesforce to manage Sales, but you see your Sales Reps still printing spreadsheets. Stop the madness! Map out the process and see where you can use Salesforce to save time and trees.

  • Importance of Business Process Mapping

  • Where It All Begins . . .

    Compliance: When we go through our Deal Audit Process, it can be hard to find all of the important information from the Deal. Can you help us find a better way to report the information we need from the Deal record?

    Admin: Sure! Thatll be a snap!

  • What is a Process Map?

    A visual representation of work processes, input sources, linked tasks, handoffs, and expected or planned output of the process.

    What is the work being done? How is the work being done? Who is executing the work? Where is the work being done? Why the work is being done

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  • Generating a Business Process

    1. Understand the Process, beginning to end. Challenge: Map only what you observe not what you interpret Challenge: Be cognizant of the scope of the process, but do not ignore the

    periphery

    2. Identify the consumers, points of control, reasoning for the process, as well as the gaps and risks of the process.

    Challenge: Do not limit the consumers to the doers and the recipients. Challenge: Gaps and risks are those that are observed. Analysis comes later.

  • Generating a Business Process

    3. Interview members or users of the process to understand all requirements.

    Challenge: Listen. Ask open ended questions. Challenge: Dont stop asking why, and dont assume you understand why.

    4. Map the process Challenge: Visio-paralysis.

    5. Analysis of the process Challenge: Identify opportunities for improvement, not solutions (yet)

  • Business Process Styles SIPOC Diagram

  • Business Process Styles High-Level Diagram

    Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 End of Process Start of Process

  • Business Process Styles Top-Down Process Map

    Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 End of Process Start of Process

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  • Business Process Styles Detailed Flowchart

    Start of Process

    Step 1

    Step 2 Decision Point

    Terminate Process

    Step 3 Decision Point Step 4

    True?

    False?

    Yes?

    No?

    Final Decision

    Point

    Step 5

    Successful End of

    Process

    True?

    False?

    Input

    Document

    Output Step 6

  • Business Process Styles Cross-Functional (Swim-lane) Diagram

  • The Lean Methodology

  • What is Lean?

    Lean Manufacturing Principles: methods used to systematically eliminate waste from the system. The process focus is on making obvious what adds value by reducing all else from the system.

    Lean Software Development Principles: methods used to remove all waste from a development process, resulting in valuable returns to the customer.

    Value is based on the perception of the clients that pay for, use, or gain from the system.

    If there is no Value, it is Waste.

  • Seven Tenets of Lean Development

    Hooray! Salesforce is already helping Admins become Lean Developers

    1. Eliminate Waste

    2. Embed Quality

    3. Create Knowledge

    4. Defer Commitment

    5. Deliver Fast

    6. Respect People

    7. Optimize the Whole

  • 1. Eliminate Waste

    Anything that depletes the available time, effort, or space from a project, or that increases the costs of a project without returning value, is waste.

    Extra Features Incomplete work Relearning Handoffs Task Switching Defects

    Seven Tenets of Lean Development

  • 2. Embed Quality

    Control conditions as to not allow defects in the first place

    Avoid defects early Inspect or test for defects early and fix them

    immediately Tracking defects is waste, preventing or resolving

    them generates value Write less code. (aka 20/80 rule)

    Seven Tenets of Lean Development

  • 3. Create Knowledge

    Declarative Development and Programmatic Development are knowledge-creating processes

    Minimum Feature Sets (MVP) Feedback loops Flexibility and willingness for change Disciplined experimentation Quality communication Base decisions on facts, not speculation

    Seven Tenets of Lean Development

  • 4. Defer Commitment

    Waiting until the end of the timebox to make a decision allows for the greatest opportunity for information gathering

    Timebox (not Scopebox) Pull not Push Schedule irreversible decisions for the last possible

    opportunity Make decisions reversible whenever able Plan thoughtfully and commit sparingly

    Seven Tenets of Lean Development

    Many people like to get tough decisions out of the way, to address risks head-on, to reduce the number of unknowns. However, in the face of uncertainty, especially when it is accompanied by complexity the more successful approach is to tackle tough problems by experimenting with various solutions, leaving critical options open until a decision must be made.

    Lean Software Development: An Agile Toolkit by Mary and Tom Poppendieck

  • 5. Deliver Fast

    Deliver so quickly that the customer doesnt have time to change their mind.

    Speed and Quality are not in opposition to each other Short iterations require (and benefit) from fast and

    informed decision making

    Seven Tenets of Lean Development

  • 6. Respect People

    Develop good leadership, technical expertise, and allow people to figure things out for themselves.

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