Business processes modeling
Day 1 Module I Fundamentals of Business process modelingIdea, project, product, process, and serviceDistinguishing between project and processSeek standardization
Basics of ISO and SixSigma requirements
Why do we model processes?
When we should not model processes?
Module II Introduction to process modelingBusiness processes in organizationsRoles in processesMulti-dimensionality of structures in organizations
Structure of processes and services
Principles of creating business processes
Defining goals of a model
Module III Structure of a business process modelArea of reality that is being modeledDecomposition of processesConnections of processes with other elements of an organization
Languages to describe processes
Graphical UML notation
Module IV Process modeling by using BPMNThe scope of using BPMNBusiness Process DiagramsConnections in BPDs Day 2 Module I What are process patterns?Simple patternsSequenceConcurrent division
Module II Advanced patternsMultiple divisionSynchronized connectionDiscriminator
Module III Patterns that include many instances of a processState patternsPartial concurrent flowMilestone
Patterns of cancellation
Cancelling entire or part of a process
Module IV Transition from BPMN to BPELSupporting the construction of business processes by softwareSimulating process’ activity
The course teaches how do model business processes by using BPM notation and a chosen modeling software.
Analysts, lower-level managers.
Experienced trainer – certified PMI PMP, PRINCE2 Practitioner