[email protected] Business Process Modelling & BPMN Dr. Lai Xu (Adapt from Dr. Andrea Marrella, Sapienza University, Italy)
[email protected] 2 References • Visit for downloading the complete specification of BPMN 2.0 and some interesting examples. • Reference Books : Marlon Dumas, Marcello La Rosa, Jan Mendling, Hajo Reijers Fundamentals of Business Process Management Stephen A. White PhD, Derek Miers BPMN Modeling and Reference Guide Thomas Allweyer BPMN 2.0 - Introduction to the Standard for Business Process Modeling
[email protected] 3 Outline • Process Modeling • BPMN Background • Basic Concepts • Advanced Concepts • Conclusions
[email protected] 4 Business Processes Defination • Business Process  : “ A business process consists of a set of activities that are performed in coordination in an organizational and technical environment. These activities jointly realize a business goal ” • A business goal is the target that an organization aims to achieve by performing correctly the related business process. • Currently, business processes are the core of most information systems • production line of a car manufacturer, procedures for buying tickets on-line… • This requires that organizations specify their flows of work for the orchestration of participants, information and technology for the realization of products and services . • In order to manage Business Processes, they have to be described and documented in terms of process models .
[email protected] 5 A first BPMN example • A notation for graphic business process modeling defines the symbols for the various process elements, their correct meaning as well as their possible combinations . • Thus, a notation is a standardized language for the description of business processes. Business process concerning the book loans service provided by a library.
[email protected] 6 The Process Life-Cycle 1. Process identification 2. Process discovery (as-is) 3. Process analysis 4. Process redesign (to-be) 5. Process implementation 6. Process monitoring/controlling Process Modeling Tools Process Management Systems Process models are important in various stages of the process life cycle. The models produced will look quite differently depending on the reason for modeling them in the first place.
[email protected] 7 Purposes of Process Modeling uni0050uni0072uni006Funi0063uni0065uni0073uni0073 uni0049uni006Duni0070uni006Cuni0065uni006Duni0065uni006Euni0074uni0061uni0074uni0069uni006Funi006E uni0050uni0072uni006Funi0063uni0065uni0073uni0073 uni0041uni006Euni0061uni006Cuni0079uni0073uni0069uni0073uni0026uni0044uni0065uni0073uni0069uni0067uni006E uni0050uni0072uni006Funi0063uni0065uni0073uni0073 uni0045uni006Euni0061uni0063uni0074uni006Duni0065uni006Euni0074uni0026 uni004Duni006Funi006Euni0069uni0074uni006Funi0072uni0069uni006Euni0067 uni0050uni0072uni006Funi0063uni0065uni0073uni0073 uni0045uni0076uni0061uni006Cuni0075uni0061uni0074uni0069uni006Funi006E uni201Cuni0054uni004Funi0042uni0045uni201D uni0050uni0072uni006Funi0063uni0065uni0073uni0073uni004Duni006Funi0064uni0065uni006Cuni0073 uni0045uni0078uni0065uni0063uni0075uni0074uni0061uni0062uni006Cuni0065 uni0050uni0072uni006Funi0063uni0065uni0073uni0073uni004Duni006Funi0064uni0065uni006Cuni0073 uni004Duni0065uni0061uni0073uni0075uni0072uni0065uni0073uni0066uni006Funi0072
- Fall '19
- Business process modeling