IS435 Topic Workflow Modeling Overview

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Unformatted text preview: IS435 Organizational Modeling Workflow Modeling Winter edit Click to2010 Master subtitle style Makoto Nakayama, Ph.D. © Makoto 11 Agenda • Scan Workflow Modeling, 1st edition, Alec Sharp. 1st edition (2001) 2nd edition (2008) © Makoto 22 Looking Back and Forward • What characterizes each era? – 20102019 business economy market organization IT other technologies information systems 33 20002009 – – 19901999 – 19801989 – 19701979 – 19601969 – © Makoto A Brief History • • • • • • craftsmanship, multi-skilled specialists functional specialties reengineering the wonder years business process – 20102019 20002009 19901999 19801989 19701979 SCM, CRM, PLM 19601969 © Makoto 44 © Makoto 55 © Makoto 66 © Makoto 77 © Makoto 88 © Makoto 99 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Building the team; Organizing and initiating the modeling session; Getting started by building the handoff (level 1) model; Adding detail with a flow (level 2) model; As necessary, developing a task (level 3) model, and even doing some task analysis if the situation warrants it. 1010 © Makoto 1. Generate ideas for the new process. Assess those ideas (in context!) and select the ones that will work and meet the goals. Develop the to-be workflow, one level of detail at a time. 2. 3. © Makoto 1111 © Makoto 1212 © Makoto 1313 Agenda • Know more about common business processes. Practice on general modeling procedures for systems analysts. Become more familiar with commonly used tools. © Makoto 1414 • • ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2010 for the course IS IS435 taught by Professor Nackuama during the Spring '10 term at DePaul.

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