Printable examples of workflow diagram are available in this post with high resolution. People usually use this kind of diagram to depict a series of actions that define a job or how work should be done. This workflow can be illustrated or described with a flowchart using abstract boxes and diamonds or it can be created with depictions of real-life objects using graphics and pictures that represent customers, forms, finance, products, shipping, payments, and more. For software development, a workflow diagram defines a series of steps a process must execute consistently. Here’s the example of the basic design of the diagram.
As you can see in the 101 Diagrams above, a workflow diagram visualizes how tasks will flow between resources, whether they’re machines or people and what conditions allow the sequence to move forward. It is commonly used for documentation and implementation purposes since it provides a general overview of a business process. It’s often the foundation for other documentation including flowcharts, data flow diagrams, projects, and more. Each step in the workflow is represented with a pictorial symbol or an abstract shape like a box. The steps are connected with arrows that indicate the flow from beginning to end. Forexamples, take a look at the following workflow diagram below.
Workflows are also useful to help employees understand their roles and the order in which work is completed, and to create more unity within different departments. Originating from the manufacturing industry, workflows are now used by a variety of industries—from government to finance to commerce—and are easier than ever to create.
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