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Exam Name___________________________________ TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false. 1) In a business process, activities are collections of related tasks that receive inputs and produce outputs. 1) 2) In business processes, resources are collections of procedures. 2) 3) Roles are collections of related tasks that receive inputs and produce outputs. 3) 4) A data flow is the movement of data from one activity or another or from an activity to a repository. 4) 5) Resources are people or computer applications that are assigned to roles. 5) 6) Only a single resource can be assigned to a role. 6) 7) A business process should be changed only when there is a change in an external situation, such as the market. 7) 8) Business process management is a one - time process for systematically creating, assessing, and altering business processes. 8) 9) The BPM cycle begins by creating models of business processes. 9) 10) An as - is model documents the targeted situation for a business process. 10) 11) In a business process management scenario, teams make adjustments necessary to solve process problems before building an as - is model. 11) 12) The creation of system components can be a manual as well as an automated process. 12) 13) Business process management applies only to commercial, profit - making organizations. 13) 14) Functional business processes involve activities across several business functions . 14) 15) In functional business process management, BPM authority belongs to a single departmental manager who has authority to resolve BPM issues. 15) 16) In cross - functional business management processes, problem resolution takes place via negotiation and contract. 16) 17) In interorganizational business process management, BPM authority is shared by multiple companies. 17) 1
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18) The Object Management Group created a standard set of terms and graphical notations for documenting business processes. 18) 19) Business Process Modeling Notation is a standard set of terms and graphical notations for documenting business processes. 19) 20) In a BPMN process diagram, the swim - lane layout is used to simplify process diagrams and to draw attention to interactions among components of the diagram. 20) 21) In the swim - lane layout, each resource in the business process is given its own swim lane. 21) 22) In BPMN, all activities for a given role are shown in that role's swim lane. 22) 23) In BPMN, dotted arrows depict the flow or sequence of the activities in the process. 23) 24) Diamonds represent decisions and usually contain a question that can be answered with yes or no. 24) 25) Adding more resources to the roles of a given process without changing its structure is the brute - force approach to increasing the performance of a business process. 25) 26) The brute - force approach to improving business processes requires a change in the structure of a process without adding resources.
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