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Beginning? If users may start without a clear idea of what they're doing (or without a good idea for a name until the end) I wouldn't put it only at the beginning because you will force them to finish and then edit just created workflow to rename it. Of course if you can't do better I'd prefer at the beginning than at the end (more pros and less const, in ...


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The first step in business process re-engineering is to identify all existing processes. This produce a list with process name and optionally a short description. When this list is finalized and accepted from all stakeholders, detailed steps and workflows are documented for each process. This approach has two benefits : You avoid duplicate and overlapping ...


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If its possible and you have time - my suggestion is , you should have steps 1. Template - I am assuming users can select the type of template they can work with. Once they select the template go to Step 2: Edit - Edit is actually Edit in left panel, Review in right panel (kind of like a split screen or up-down). You can choose to have an explicit Save ...



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