Process Improvements

If your goal is to improve what your organization does, you should focus on improving the process. Mapping a process clearly identifies where improvements are needed and helps eliminate waste and simplifies how things get done.

Improve your process with process mapping

How process improvements will help you?

Having efficient processes are important. It leads to fewer errors, happy customers, and less duplication. If your goal is to improve what your organization does, you should focus on improving the process. Mapping a process clearly identifies where improvements are needed and helps eliminate waste and simplifies how things get done.

How CornerStone Dynamics can help?

We are the fresh set of eyes every organization requires to help them see what needs to be done to achieve great results. Our LEAN Six-Sigma Master Black Belt certified personnel helps your team reduce your ‘corporate waste’ by applying proven techniques which streamlines any process and improves productivity.


When processes work well, employees and customers are happy. If you want to fix your processes and improve productivity, we can help.

Some of the techniques CornerStone Dynamics employs

1. Process mapping

This workflow diagram lays out the sequence of events involved in a process from start to finish. It is often depicted as a flowchart and usually moves from left to right. Because of the visual nature of process mapping, it makes it easier to identify where breakdowns in the process actually occur.

2. Value stream mapping

Value stream maps encompasses a snapshot of the overall flow of a product or service from initial request showing the flow through the organization including supplier inputs and customer outputs. Once the value stream map is complete, you can easily identify roadblocks or processes that may create issues and can be identified for improvement.

3. Future State Mapping

With blueprints, we can successfully map your process improvement goals. Blueprints map the process improvement journey looking at: developing scope, the time and cost to the organization, ensuring customer buy-in, incorporating process improvement techniques, establishing consequences for those not following the process, trial run implementation and change management.

4. SIPOC

Pronounced sigh-pock, it’s an acronym that stands for suppliers, inputs, process, outputs, and customers. It’s a tool used to identify the relevant elements of a process improvement project. It follows a process from start to finish but does not contain as much detail as process mapping. SIPOC is often used at the start of a process improvement project, as it helps clearly understand the purpose and the scope of a process.


When processes work well, employees and customers are happy. If you want to fix your processes and improve productivity, we can help.
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I was extremely impressed with the efficiency of the CSD team. The process flow charts were definitely a “wow” factor, and to assimilate that much information in such a short time speaks volumes for your team. Overall, you achieved buy-in from the staff very quickly. Overall, I am a very satisfied client. I was extremely impressed with CSD’s professionalism and obvious passion for the project. The CSD staff are very dedicated, amiable, highly observant and extremely knowledgeable.

Darrel Fernandopulle, Director, Financial Services
University of Toronto

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