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Process Planning differs from Traditional Planning in that it is focused on Planning and budgeting for cross functional processes rather than just planning by department. In some cases some departments in organizations are already performing process planning for some but not all processes.

For example, various departments may tell HR how many new employee positions they plan to hire. In turn HR may tell IT how many new positions will need computers and phones. Whether they realize it or not, this is an example of Process Planning.

When a new product or service is created, it is usually done at the cross functional department level

New Product Development Process

Sales: provides input of products requested by customer-->Market Research formalizes size of market, price points, and interest->

Executives approve going to next step-->R&D decides time, cost, and feasibility of new product ideas. -->

Finance Confirms numbers-->Manufacturing provides input--->R&D starts research process

  • For many cross functional process there is not always the communication between departments that everyone would like.
  • Some managers feel they need to focus just on their departments.
  • Other managers have been told to focus only on their department.

Process Planning gives everyone permission to break down those silos between departments and work more as a team.

Call John Antos, Jim Brimson or Pat Dowdle at 972-980-7407 to find out more about Process Control and Process Management.

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