Teaching and communicating others about your processes might seem like a no brainer for most of us, yet many look at processes and employee training as separate items.
If investment is made in developing and successfully documenting processes, it makes perfect sense to communicate those processes to those that need them.
Training new staff, linking procedures to existing processes and providing detailed instructions are all possible using your process maps as a basis for this important project. Maps that already documented can be repurposed for facilitating change (when new tasks are introduced or modified), and ongoing updates.
The additional benefit of using process maps for education purposes is you have one source of the current status of a process. This makes it much easier to keep changes and modifications to processes and procedures in line with the latest and more accurate practices in the organization.
Education is the gateway to standardizing processes and procedures. This will start to make institutional change take hold in the organization.