Bpmn 2 0

Author: Thomas Allweyer
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3839149851
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BPMN (Business Process Model and Notation) is the new standard for business process modeling. Within a short period, it has gained widespread adoption in practice. All important modeling tools support BPMN diagramming. It is possible to create business-oriented diagrams, but also technical models for process execution in workflow or business process management systems (BPMS). The new BPMN version 2.0 contains several additional elements and new types of diagrams, especially for improved modeling of processes that span several independent organizations. This book provides a stepwise introduction to BPMN, using many examples close to practice. Starting with the basic elements for modeling sequence flow, all BPMN 2.0 diagrams are presented and discussed in detail. You will gain a profound understanding of the complete notation, and you will be able to use the different language elements correctly.

Aris Business Process Modeling

Author: August-Wilhelm Scheer
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540658351
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This book describes in detail how ARIS methods model and identify business processes by means of the UML (Unified Modeling Language), leading to an information model that serves as the basis for a systematic and intelligent development of application systems. Multiple real-world examples using SAP R/3 illustrate aspects of business process modeling including methods of knowledge management, implementation of workflow systems and standard software solutions, and the deployment of ARIS methods.

A Pragmatic Guide To Business Process Modelling

Author: Jon Holt
Editor: BCS, The Chartered Institute
ISBN: 1906124124
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This expanded second edition shows how effective and accurate modelling can deliver a more complete understanding of a business. By applying the visual modelling techniques described here, it is possible to map an entire business, using the Unified Modelling Language (UML). Jon Holt covers all aspects of the BPM process, including analysis, specification, measurement and documentation. New chapters deal with the presentation of process information, enterprise architecture and business tools.

Business Process Modeling Simulation And Design

Author: Laguna Manuel
Editor: Pearson Education India
ISBN: 9788131761359
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Business Process Modelling

Author: Bernd Scholz-Reiter
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642803172
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A collection of theoretical and practical contributions to the modelling of business processes as the key to success for todays companies and organisations. The book thus serves to exchange new ideas in the field while, at the same time, identifying as yet unsolved problems and proffering possible solutions.

Business Process Modelling With Aris

Author: Rob Davis
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1447103211
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This practical book describes the key operations of ARIS Toolset - the market leading Business Process Modelling Tool. Based on his experience of using ARIS in British Telecommunications plc, the author describes practical ways of using the tool. Using screen shots and plenty of practical examples, Rob Davis shows how ARIS can be used to model business processes. Throughout the book Davis provides readers with tips and short-cuts, enabling users to start modelling quickly and effectively. He also provides insights into the ARIS concepts, and tells readers about the benefits and trade-offs of using the tool in alternative ways. Unlike other books, this practical guide tackles issues found in real projects.

Business Process Management

Author: Wil, van der Aalst
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3540455949
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Business processes are among today's hottest topics in the science and practice of information systems. Business processes and workflow management systems attract a lot of attention from R&D professionals in software engineering, information systems, business-oriented computer science, and management sciences. The carefully reviewed chapters contributed to this state-of-the-art survey by internationally leading scientists consolidate work presented at various workshops on the topic organized by the editors of the book in the past few years. The book spans the whole spectrum of business process management ranging from theoretical aspects, conceptual models, and application scenarios to implementation issues. It will become a valuable source of reference and information for R&D professionals active in the fascinating interdisciplinary area of business process management and for ambitious practitioners.

The Process

Author: Alexander Grosskopf
Editor: Meghan Kiffer Press
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Goal Oriented Business Process Modeling

Author: Ilia Bider
Editor: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1845448499
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The objective of this e-book is to try to clarify the connection between the notions of goal and business process. The issue is a follow-up to the discussions at the Workshop on Goal-Oriented Business Process Modelling held in London on 2 September 2002. The papers cover a wide spectrum of topics, related to the notions of goals in the business process domain.

Business Process Modeling

Author: Kevin Roebuck
Editor: Tebbo
ISBN: 9781743043394
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Business Process Modeling (BPM) in systems engineering and hardware engineering is the activity of representing processes of an enterprise, so that the current process may be analyzed and improved. BPM is typically performed by business analysts and managers who are seeking to improve process efficiency and quality. The process improvements identified by BPM may or may not require Information Technology involvement, although that is a common driver for the need to model a business process, by creating a process master. This book is your ultimate resource for Business Process Modeling. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know. In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Business Process Modeling right away, covering: Business process modeling, Systems engineering, Computer engineering, Process modeling, Information technology, Change management, Flowchart, Functional flow block diagram, Control flow diagram, Gantt chart, Program Evaluation and Review Technique, IDEF, Unified Modeling Language, Business Process Modeling Notation, Business process, Business process reengineering, Business process management, Integrated business planning, Software engineering, Software development process, Software development, Object-oriented programming, Business model, Value chain, Task (project management), Corporate governance, Strategic management, Core business, Purchasing, Manufacturing, Marketing, Sales, Accountancy, Recruitment, Technical support, Scientific modelling, Workflow, Artifact-centric business process model, Use case diagram, Ivar Jacobson, Activity diagram, G.M. Nijssen, XBML, Event-driven process chain, IDEF0, Business Process Execution Language, WS-CDL, XPDL, Architecture of Integrated Information Systems, JBPM, Model-driven architecture, Service-oriented architecture, Business reference model, Function model, Organizational chart, Data model, Business analysis, Business efficiency, Business architecture, Business Model Canvas, Business plan, Business process illustration, Business process mapping, Capability Maturity Model Integration, Extended Enterprise Modeling Language, Generalised Enterprise Reference Architecture and Methodology, Model-driven engineering This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Business Process Modeling. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Business Process Modeling with the objectivity of experienced professionals.

Business Process Modeling

Author: Jason A. Beckmann
Editor: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781612093444
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Business process modelling (BPM) is the activity of representing processes of an enterprise so that the current process may be analysed and improved. BPM is typically performed by business analysts and managers who are seeking to improve process efficiency and quality. This book presents current research in the study of business process modelling, including BPM and automation with general and domain specific languages; conceptualising, analysing and communicating the business model and context-aware methods for process modelling.

Business Process Management

Author: Mathias Weske
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319986481
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This book constitutes the proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2018, held in Sydney, Australia, in September 2018. The 27 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 140 submissions. They were organized in topical sections named: reflections on BPM; concepts and methods in business process modeling and analysis; foundations of process discovery; alignments and conformance checking; process model analysis and machine learning; digital process innovation; and method analysis and selection.

Hagenberg Business Process Modelling Method

Author: Felix Kossak
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319304968
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This book presents a proposal for designing business process management (BPM) systems that comprise much more than just process modelling. Based on a purified Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) variant, the authors present proposals for several important issues in BPM that have not been adequately considered in the BPMN 2.0 standard. It focusses on modality as well as actor and user interaction modelling and offers an enhanced communication concept. In order to render models executable, the semantics of the modelling language needs to be described rigorously enough to prevent deviating interpretations by different tools. For this reason, the semantics of the necessary concepts introduced in this book are defined using the Abstract State Machine (ASM) method. Finally, the authors show how the different parts of the model fit together using a simple example process, and introduce the enhanced Process Platform (eP2) architecture, which binds all the different components together. The resulting method is named Hagenberg Business Process Modelling (H-BPM) after the Austrian village where it was designed. The motivation for the development of the H-BPM method stems from several industrial projects in which business analysts and software developers struggled with redundancies and inconsistencies in system documentation due to missing integration. The book is aimed at researchers in business process management and industry 4.0 as well as advanced professionals in these areas.

The Complete Business Process Handbook

Author: Mark von Rosing
Editor: Morgan Kaufmann
ISBN: 012800472X
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The Complete Business Process Handbook is the most comprehensive body of knowledge on business processes with revealing new research. Written as a practical guide for Executives, Practitioners, Managers and Students by the authorities that have shaped the way we think and work with process today. It stands out as a masterpiece, being part of the BPM bachelor and master degree curriculum at universities around the world, with revealing academic research and insight from the leaders in the market. This book provides everything you need to know about the processes and frameworks, methods, and approaches to implement BPM. Through real-world examples, best practices, LEADing practices and advice from experts, readers will understand how BPM works and how to best use it to their advantage. Cases from industry leaders and innovators show how early adopters of LEADing Practices improved their businesses by using BPM technology and methodology. As the first of three volumes, this book represents the most comprehensive body of knowledge published on business process. Following closely behind, the second volume uniquely bridges theory with how BPM is applied today with the most extensive information on extended BPM. The third volume will explore award winning real-life examples of leading business process practices and how it can be replaced to your advantage. Learn what Business Process is and how to get started Comprehensive historical process evolution In-depth look at the Process Anatomy, Semantics and Ontology Find out how to link Strategy to Operation with value driven BPM Uncover how to establish a way of Thinking, Working, Modelling and Implementation Explore comprehensive Frameworks, Methods and Approaches How to build BPM competencies and establish a Center of Excellence Discover how to apply Social BPM, Sustainable and Evidence based BPM Learn how Value & Performance Measurement and Management Learn how to roll-out and deploy process Explore how to enable Process Owners, Roles and Knowledge Workers Discover how to Process and Application Modelling Uncover Process Lifecycle, Maturity, Alignment and Continuous Improvement Practical continuous improvement with the way of Governance Future BPM trends that will affect business Explore the BPM Body of Knowledge

Business Process Management

Author: Michael Glykas
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3642284094
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Business Process Management (BPM) has been in existence for decades. It uses, complements, integrates and extends theories, methods and tools from other scientific disciplines like: strategic management, information technology, managerial accounting, operations management etc. During this period the main focus themes of researchers and professionals in BPM were: business process modeling, business process analysis, activity based costing, business process simulation, performance measurement, workflow management, the link between information technology and BPM for process automation etc. More recently the focus moved to subjects like Knowledge Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems, Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs), Process Intelligence (PI) and even Social Networks. In this collection of papers we present a review of the work and the outcomes achieved in the classic BPM fields as well as a deeper insight on recent advances in BPM. We present a review of business process modeling and analysis and we elaborate on issues like business process quality and process performance measurement as weel as their link to all other organizational aspects like human resources management, strategy, information technology (being SOA, PI or ERP), other managerial systems, job descriptions etc. We also present recent advances to BPR tools with special focus on information technology, workflow, business process modeling and human resources management tools. Other chapters elaborate on the aspect of business process and organizational costing and their relationship to business process analysis, organizational change and reorganization. In the final chapters we present some new approaches that use fuzzy cognitive maps and a recently developed software tool for scenario creation and simulation in strategic management, business process management, performance measurement and social networking. The audience of this book is quite wide. The first chapters can be read by professionals, academics and students who want to get some basic insight into the BPM field whereas the remaining present more elaborate and state of the art concepts methodologies and tools for an audience of a more advanced level.

Modelling Techniques For Business Process Re Engineering And Benchmarking

Author: Guy Doumeingts
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0387350675
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Today enterprises must strive to improve their competitiveness in a changing environment. To reach this objective it is necessary for companies to evaluate their performances and to combine modelling, business process re-engineering and benchmarking techniques. This book demonstrates the successful combination and implementation of these various techniques.

Business Processes

Author: Martyn A. Ould
Editor: Wiley
ISBN:
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After carefully establishing the objectives of modelling, the author presents a process modelling method, STRIM, and notations which has been developed by Praxis during the last few years. Ould provides detailed descriptions of the notations and the modelling technique along with examples of its use for a variety of purposes. Covers the full method--from organising a modelling project through process analysis to process support system development. can be used by practitioners who have no prior knowledge of the area.

Bpmn Modeling And Reference Guide

Author: Stephen A. White
Editor: Future Strategies Inc.
ISBN: 0977752720
File Size: 17,33 MB
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Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is a standard, graphical modeling representation for business processes. It provides an easy to use, flow-charting notation that is independent of the implementation environment. An underlying rigor supports the notation-facilitating the translation of business level models into executable models that BPM Suites and workflow engines can understand. Over recent years, BPMN has been widely adopted by Business Process Management (BPM) related products-both the Business Process Analysis and Modeling tool vendors and the BPM Suites. This book is for business users and process modeling practitioners alike. Part I provides an easily understood introduction to the key components of BPMN (put forward in a user-friendly fashion). Starting off with simple models, it progresses into more sophisticated patterns. Exercises help cement comprehension and understanding (with answers available online). Part II provides a detailed and authoritative reference on the precise semantics and capabilities of the standard.

Business Process Modelling And Improvement

Author: Ana Petrovska
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Business Process Management Workshops

Author: Ernest Teniente
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 331974030X
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This book constitutes revised papers from the eleven International Workshops held at the 15th International Conference on Business Process Management, BPM 2017, in Barcelona, Spain, in September 2017: BPAI 2017 – 1st International Workshop on Business Process Innovation with Artificial Intelligence; BPI 2017 – 13th International Workshop on Business Process Intelligence; BP-Meet-IoT 2017 – 1st International Workshop on Ubiquitous Business Processes Meeting Internet-of-Things; BPMS2 2017 – 10th Workshop on Social and Human Aspects of Business Process Management; ‐ CBPM 2017 – 1st International Workshop on Cognitive Business Process Management; CCABPM 2017 – 1st International Workshop on Cross-cutting Aspects of Business Process Modeling; DeHMiMoP 2017 – 5th International Workshop on Declarative/Decision/Hybrid Mining & Modeling for Business Processes; QD-PA 2017 – 1st International Workshop on Quality Data for Process Analytics; REBPM 2017 – 3rd International Workshop on Interrelations between Requirements Engineering and Business Process Management; SPBP 2017 – 1st Workshop on Security and Privacy-enhanced Business Process Management; TAProViz-PQ-IWPE 2017 –Joint International BPM 2017 Workshops on Theory and Application of Visualizations and Human-centric Aspects in Processes (TAProViz'17), Process Querying (PQ'17) and Process Engineering (IWPE17). The 44 full and 11 short papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 99 submissions.