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Process Improvement with Output Graphs

Update: This is no longer the latest version of ProcessModel, see the changelog for information on the latest software.

In a business process improvement project it is unusual to keep the name of the simulation model constant throughout the entire project. For a variety of reasons the model name might be appended, modified or completely changed.

In the past, when the model name was changed even slightly, any graphs and charts with associated formatting would be lost. In ProcessModel version 5.5, when the model name is changed, graphs and charts associated with the previous name are saved along with the new name. This simple change reduces steps in your process improvement project.Process-Improvement-with-Output-Graphs

About the Author:

Scott Baird has been president of ProcessModel for more than 15 years. His focus has been to teach others how to improve processes dramatically. He has been successful in transferring these skills to over 200 companies, including ESPN, NASA, GE, Nationwide, Cendant, SSA and many more. Specialties: Group facilitation for process improvement, process design and simulation, simulation modeling, business management and training others to see opportunities. Scott loves to teach process improvement and has often been heard to say, “Of all the things I do, training others to improve processes is my favorite.” Scott is a father of four and a grandfather of eight. He is an avid woodworker, designing and creating presentation boxes. In his spare time, he volunteers in a college preparation program.


  1. Doris T. Lockett January 19, 2015 at 4:09 PM - Reply

    This simple change enable the users to build and customize more complex models.

  2. Elmer Curry December 17, 2014 at 1:37 PM - Reply

    I fully agree with you Scott… this change reduces many steps.

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