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Are you getting maximum benefit from your process modelling?

Process models are catalysts to organisational improvement.

Only valuable models allow you to maximize your return on investment of process models. Modelling Excellence enables you for this success.


What is Modelling Excellence?

Leonardo can help you team through 9 proven practice methods to create better modelling governance and thus valuable models used across the organisation.

Organizations that implement this approach will:

  • Create valuable models enabling process-based decisions
  • Accelerate setup of a modelling competency centre using robust techniques and out-of-the-box templates

What makes this modelling approach unique?

  • Built on proven modelling success across a variety of industry sectors, sizes and geographies.
  • Designed to avoid common expensive modelling pitfalls
  • Delivered by experts with vast experience and specialized knowledge
  • Backed by global thought-leaders, technology and  consulting practitioners 

What are the 9 Steps to Modelling Excellence?


Modelling Excellence Overview

Have you ever wondered why process models in your organizations are not that useful? You're not alone. This video talks through 10 steps you can undertake so you can improve your process modelling.

1. Define the Purpose of Modelling 

One of the first key steps. This establishes a solid foundation for your modelling journey. It has to be performed prior to any modelling. The aim is to assess and establish agreed reason(s) for your modelling efforts.

2. Determine Scope and Depth of Modelling

- Establish your scope and depth of modelling. This involves identifying how much modelling is enough (i.e. when to start and stop your modelling efforts).

3. Resolve Modeler’s Dilemma

How much information is too much or too little in your process models? It is easy to get tied up with getting all possible information on models - as well as omitting crucial elements. In this step, we resolve the ‘just right’ amount of modelling information.


4. Design Modelling Conventions

Modelling conventions guide notation, relationships, and look-and-feel. This way you ensure model consistently and adoption of a common modelling ‘language’ by all stakeholders.

5. Model within a Process Architecture

The process architecture houses an ecosystem of process model interconnectivity. Placing your models in the right place tremendously benefits change impact assessment and decision making.

6. Govern Process Model Lifecycle 

Each model undergoes multiple stages in its lifecycle: namely create, review and publish. Governing the lifecycle establishes control over changes in your modelling content, resulting in reliable and up-to-date models.

7. Develop a Model Quality Framework (MQF)

We guide you to quantitatively define model quality from the semantic, syntactic and pragmatic viewpoints. Each model is assessed against the MQF to establish it’s eligibility to be valuable.

8. Reuse Process Models

There is no point creating process models if you’ve not thought about how they’ll be used. This step helps you embed them in your existing organisational methodologies

9. Sell Model Benefits

Explore ways in which the organisation creates excitement and awareness of process model benefits. Leverage proven contemporary techniques to drive adoption and large scale use.

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