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Marlon Dumas University of Tartu [email protected] Slides prepared in collaboration with Marcello La Rosa (QUT) With contributions from Remco Dijkman (TU/e) From Conceptual to Executable BPMN Process Models A Step-by-Step Method
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Where are we? 2
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The business-engineering gap… 3
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Conceptual “to-be” process models are made by domain experts provide a basis for communication amongst relevant stakeholders must be understandable must be intuitive and may leave room for interpretation contain purely a relevant set of process information Executable process models are made by IT experts provide input to a process enactment system - BPMS must be machine readable must be unambiguous and should not contain any uncertainties contain further details that are only relevant to implementation Two sides of the BPM story 4 “to-be executed” process model
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Bridging the gap: A five-step method 1. Identify the automation boundaries 2. Review manual tasks 3. Complete the process model 4. Adjust task granularity 5. Specify execution properties 5 Adapted from teaching material of Remco Dijkman, TU/e.
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Running example Customer Supplier 1 Supplier 2 Seller 6
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running example
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1. Identify the automation boundaries Principle : not all parts of a process can be automated. -> Start by identifying each task’s type: Automated tasks User tasks 2 1 Manual tasks 3 8
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In BPMN: specify task markers Automated tasks 9 User task Manual task
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In our example… automated user manual
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2. Review manual tasks Principle : if it can’t be seen by the BPMS, it doesn’t exist.
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