Swim Lane Diagram

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What is Swim Lane Diagram?

A swim lane diagram is a type of flowchart that is used to illustrate the steps in a process and show who is responsible for each step. The diagram is organized into lanes, with each lane representing a different role or department. The steps in the process are represented by boxes, and the boxes are placed in the appropriate lanes to show who is responsible for each step.

Swim lane diagrams are commonly used in business and project management to document and visualize processes and procedures, and to identify potential bottlenecks or inefficiencies in a process. They can help to clarify roles and responsibilities and can be used to communicate process information to team members and stakeholders.

Swim lane diagrams can also be used to identify opportunities for process improvement and can be used as a tool for process redesign or optimization. By visualizing the process in this way, it can be easier to see where improvements can be made and to identify any areas that may be causing delays or inefficiencies.

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