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Process modelling provides a way of graphically describing and analysing the business processes in an organisation, and represents the foundation for essential business process management (BPM) features, such as process understanding, process improvement, process automation or software development processes.
This public three-day course covers the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) – the official industry standard for process modelling – through a number of real-life examples and hands-on exercises.
This course addresses the needs of people who want to strengthen and improve their process modelling capabilities. We cover topics relevant for:
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This course runs over three days: Wednesday-Friday, 9am-5pm.
Registrations are now closed for 2017.
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This course covers the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN). It is the official industry standard for process modelling, and widely endorsed by vendors worldwide. BPMN provides a large variety of options for process modelling, including the ability to document complex interactions between organisations.
The course introduces, in a step-by-step way, all relevant concepts of BPMN. It also provides an introduction to important modelling conventions and suggests recommendations for effective modelling practice. The course contextualises process modelling as part of a structured approach to business process lifecycle management. It illustrates how to systematically identify and classify business processes in a process architecture and how to prioritise their management with a process portfolio. It also exposes a range of discovery methods such as workshops and interviews, to collect relevant information for creating such process models.
The course includes frequent practical modelling exercises so you can continually apply what you have learnt.
All completing participants receive a certificate of successful completion.
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