Flowcharts are an excellent tool when it comes to the aspect of diagrammatic representation. Not only does it simplify the whole aspect of a problem but it leads to a step-by-step solution to a problem.
When it comes to the real world, flowcharts are the ideal tool to design, evaluate, document or even supervise a process across many different fields.
Visit the Flowchart Symbols page to see how and when to use the flowchart symbols and check out some usage examples.
Our decision making skills are put to good use to solve problems and make choices. Making a decision implies choosing one course of action that has the highest probability of success from several alternative choices.
Filtering out the qualified customers from the less qualified is a hard task to begin with! But the job is well taken care of by the sales funnel. Sales funnel/pipeline acts as a strainer to direct qualified buyers through the sales process.
Visual communication is one of the best ways of conveying abstract ideas across to the team. Takehiro Kakiyama, Co-founder and CEO of FlutterScape, had to visualize the business model, website eco-system and other logic to his team and clients. Having used PowerPoint initially, he wasn't too happy.
While flowcharts are excellent when it comes to business, it would be prudent at some point to pay attention to some of the best practices with regard to flowcharts, in general.
At the heart of flowcharting are its symbols. When traversing the well worn path of diagramming you are sure to have come across a variety of symbols that are at odds with each other. For instance,...
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