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BPMN by Example

Bizagi Suite
1. Process identification Process
2. Process discovery (as-is) Modeling
Tools
3. Process analysis
4. Process redesign (to-be)
5. Process implementation
Process
6. Process monitoring/controlling Management
Systems
Organizational
Analysis

AS IS
Process
Models
Communication,
simulation, activity-
based costing
Process TO BE
Analysis & Design Process Models
Improvement
Measures for

Process Target Values Process


Evaluation Implementation Detailed Models
including

Process Models
Data types, conditions, data

Executable
mappings, fault handling

Process
Integration, testing,
Process
Metrics Enactment & deployment
Monitoring
BPMN 2.0 Business Process Modeling Notation

Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is a


graphical notation that describes the logic of steps
in a business process.

This notation has been especially designed to


coordinate the sequence of processes and
messages that flow between participants in
different activities.
The importance of modelling with BPMN

BPMN is an internationally accepted process modeling


standard.
BPMN is independent of any process modeling methodology.
BPMN creates a standardized bridge which reduces the gap
between business processes and their implementation.
BPMN enables you to model processes in a unified and
standardized way so that everyone in an organization can
understand each other.
Introduction

The Business Process Modeling Notation - BPMN


provides a common language which allows all the
parties involved to communicate processes clearly,
completely and efficiently.
BPD is a diagram based on the Flowchart
technique, designed to present a graphical
sequence of all the activities that take place during
a process.
Organisational Elements in Process Models
Two basic abstractions:

Resource: Human actor or equipment (e.g. printer) that is required to perform an activity

Resource class: Set of resources with shared characteristics, e.g. Clerk, Manager,
Insurance Officer

A resource class may be a:

Role (skill, competence, qualification)


Classification based on what a resource can do or is expected to do.

Group (department, team, office, organizational unit)


Classification based on the organizations structure.
Resource Modelling in BPMN
In BPMN, resource classes are captured using:
Pools independent organizational entities, e.g.
Customer, Supplier, East-Tallinn Hospital, Tartu Clinic
Lanes resource classes in the same organizational
space and sharing common systems
Sales Department, Marketing Department
Clerk, Manager, Engineer
Connections Swimlanes

Pool
Message Association

Lane
Flow

Flow Objects Artifacts


Text Annotation
Activity

Gateway

Event
Data
Object
Data
Store
Task End Event Flow
Start Event

AND-Join

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XOR Merge
AND-Split XOR-Decision
Resources :
http://www.bizagi.com/en/products/bpm-
suite/modeler