Below are some examples of company process models. Click on the thumbnail to see full picture.
APQC has developed this generic model with hundreds of companies in the US over the past 15 years. It is publically available and is a very useful reference. The full document with many lower level models can be found here on the APQC website→
Over 500 companies were involved in the development of this model for telecoms processes. eTOM (enhanced Telecoms Operations Map) has primary processes that cut across the functions with sub processes that are aligned to single or multiple functions. Here is the Wikipedia entry on eTOM→
This model was developed for content management within a global context. It includes a process model which is integrated with the infrastructure definition. An article can be found here→
| Oil and gas
This model has been developed by a leading oil and gas company to underpin their process programme
Boeing started its process work by developing this process model, defining the main core and enabling processes. Process owners were assigned at the top level, and then each process was drilled down to lower levels. A full paper on how the model was developed can be found here→
This model has been developed to cover a rail infrastructure business of 35,000 employees
| APCI (Air Products
|Blue Chip Electronics Company|
| Regulated Asset
This is a consultant model for asset intensive and regulated businesses
| Porter's Value Chain
Porter developed this model in his 1985 book, Competitive Advantage: Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance.