The simple steps for creating a SIPOC diagram are discussed here. The SIPOC model was introduced in the 1980s for improving business management processes. Since then, it has continued to be one of the most popular process analysis methods. The diagram is divided into five parts- Suppliers, Inputs, Process, Outputs, and Customers. The process is a list of steps that create the overall process.
Outputs are the result of the process and are delivered to the end customers. Inputs are provided by the suppliers and are used at different stages of the process, from start to end. This is a simple overview of how the SIPOC model is designed and used by businesses. Organizations commonly use it to analyze business processes, implement new processes, and assist people unfamiliar with any process.