Child Process

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A child process is a process that is born within a parent process. E.g., if your “night time” process for the night is to cook food, watch Game of Thrones, and then go to bed, then “cooking food” will create its own process flow. Therefore “cooking food” is a child process of the “night time” process. In orgamatics, we define the operations of Org through a process construct. In the process construct we have systems that each have several processes. Orgamatics hold that Org just has one process, but that we create a construct with a hierarchy of processes to make it comprehendible. One process with hundreds of activity and functionality is simply too difficult to follow for most. In so, Derek Hendrikz created the idea of “child processes” in 2006 to make a complex process construct more comprehendible.

 

Author - Derek Hendrikz
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