Business process modeling with BPMN 2.x | | System and Business Analysis
DescriptionCorrectly described business processes and the elaborate procedure of their continuous improvement enables companies to achieve a significant increase in the quality of their work.
There are many different notations for describing business processes, and each of them has its own purpose. Some notations are more intuitive for subject matter experts, some are more suitable for process automation specialists, and others allow us to describe the logic of business processes in a machine-readable form. This means that the complete business process model may contain fragments created in a variety of notations and requires constant synchronization between all these fragments.
The BPMN standard (Business Process Model and Notation) starting with version 2.0 is designed to solve this problem. It has a sufficient, expressive and powerful notation, which allows us to build models of very complex business processes in a human-readable form. And, more importantly, this standard also defines the rules for converting graphic models into a well-structured machine-readable form based on XML.
The BPMN language is fully executable and allows us to create process models, which will be executed by automated systems for business process management (BPMS).
Moreover, you will receive practical experience in modeling, sufficient for conducting independent analysis and/or development of business processes in BPMN 2.x notation.
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- Get an understanding of the rules for constructing models of business processes in the graphical notation of the BPMN 2.x standard
- Business analysts
- Business consultants
- System analysts
- Project managers
- Computer systems architects
- Developers (automation of business processes)
- Quality control staff
- English language at the level which enables you to read technical documentation (desirable)
- Experience in projects on description, analysis, optimization or automation of business processes, or in software development and maintenance projects
- Introduction to the BPMN 2 standard
- Differences from the previous version
- Tasks, their types
- Sub-processes, transactions, loops
- Process branching (use of gateways)
- Events, their types and methods of their handling
- Pools and lanes
- Orchestration, collaboration, choreography
- Differences between analytical and executable business process models