Terms that appear with an asterisk (*) are configurable and may differ from your Ninety. Explore our glossary of terms.

Core Processes

In this article, we will cover editing and adding Core Processes*. Check out this article to learn more about the individual Steps* and Sub-steps that make up a Core Process* in Ninety.

What is a Core Process?

A Core Process* is a documented process used by one of the primary departments of an organization (for example, Marketing, Finance, or Operations).

Creating a team or department process is a critical step toward Getting Smart Stuff Done. Accountability, efficiency, and transparency improve when everyone is on board with a documented process. They can show a step-by-step guide for completing everyday tasks at the organization.

Edit a Core Process

Select the View Details icon in the top right of each tile to edit a Core Process.

Tip: The details edited to the right will save automatically. 

Whoever owns the process is also responsible for determining if the Process is documented, followed by all, and effective.

  • Documented: Processes are clearly laid out in a place (like Ninety) where they can be accessed by team members so that everyone knows what to expect.

  • Followed by all: The Process and steps are being executed by all team members.

  • Effective: The Process drives positive results (understood through the attached KPIs).

KPIs and attachments

KPIs* created for the Scorecard* can be added to any process.

Any file type can be attached to Core Processes*. So feel free to attach videos, diagrams, or whatever the team needs. Keep in mind all users can see the Process* page. There are no permissions around documents, so anyone can download and view these items.

Send a direct link to the process so that teammates can go directly to an item being discussed.

Add a Core Process or Step

Select the plus (+) sign to the right of the last Core Process* or Step* to add additional tiles. 

Rearrange Processes

Rearrange the Core Processes* with the left and right arrows in the app.

Related Articles

Did this answer your question?