Transition Framework, Business Process Outsourcing Toolbox (PPT diagrams)

Description

12 diagrams, 30 icons (13 slides)

Package description

BPO Transition Framework diagrams. Business Process Outsourcing method schema and workflows with icons visuals, editable in PowerPoint

  • Transition Framework service and Process transfer to new location schema
  • Key areas of Transition framework, Phased approach
  • 4 phases, milestones, results: Initiate, Plan, Change, Operate
  • Phase flowcharts with symbols of People, Process, System and infrastructure, Risk, Finance, Project
  • fully editable style, size and colors
Content:
Transition Framework of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) method - presentation slides with process diagrams and pictograms

Package content:

  • Transition Framework as a method to transfer services from one location to another (usually Shared Services) location. From "As is" sending location to "To be" receiving location
  • Key areas of Transition framework of Phased approach: Controlled and Managed, Defining key roles and results, Structured across key areas, Best Practice
  • Four key BPO phases and milestones, with respect to Confidence, Maturity and Benefits: Initiate - project approved, Plan - Readiness confirmed, Change - Go live, Operate - Handover to operations
  • Phase flowcharts with symbols of People, Process, System and infrastructure, Risk, Finance, Project
  • Phase 1 Initiate - Understand the current state. Phase results
  • Phase 2 Plan - Preparations. Phase results
  • Phase 3 Change Implement - Execution of transition
  • Phase 4 Operate - Make it business as usual
  • BPO Transition Framework roles: Customer, Sponsor, Service owner, Subject Matter Experts (SME), Project Manager
  • fully editable style, size and colors
  • Icons in handdrawn scribble style graphics.
  • Icons for light background and dark background

Fully editable in PowerPoint set of vector shapes fully editable by using built-in PowerPoint tools, including
  • changing color of the icon filling and its outline
  • adding shadows
  • changing shape and size, rotating, flipping the object
  • putting shapes behind or on top of text
See editing demonstration in our HowTo Videos.
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