The Business Process Model and Notation is a huge standard. It consists of more than 100 visual elements. Its goal? Creating a shared understanding of business processes through a common process modeling method and notation.
This course will take you from zero to hero with high-quality videos, challenging tests, real-life assignments, tons of BPMN examples, and practical downloads to master BPMN in no time. No prior knowledge is required since it starts with the very basics of process modeling. The ideal course for starters and BPMN newbies!
The course starts by answering your burning questions on process modeling and BPMN.
What is a process, and what do they look like in my organization?
Why should I be modeling my processes?
What is a BPMN diagram?
Providing an answer to these questions will help you understand the true meaning and value of BPMN for business analysts.
Next, we take a trip down memory lane by studying the history of the standard created by the Object Management Group. Did you know that BPMN previously stood for Business Process Modeling Notation instead?
After tackling these topics, you set out for a deep dive into the fundamental elements of BPMN. Following along with practical examples and tutorials, you'll learn about:
The essence of BPMN: activities represent the work to be done
Different task types and sub-processes
Gateways to model decisions, events and parallel activities
Repeating behavior with loops and multi-instances
Starting & ending processes
Understand events to add more complex scenarios to the process
Expose task allocation and responsibilities
The goal of this BPMN course is clear - we want to provide you with all the essential modeling skills needed in practice to describe your companies’ processes with the BPMN specification.
Ready? Set. Go!
Get the basics right
Different types of work
A controlled descent
Open the gates
Events will happen
Again, again and again
To start a process
Kick-off top-level diagrams
This is the end
To event or not to event
Who is in the pool?
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Why follow this course?
If you and your organization are somewhat like any other on this planet, someone in your organization has already exclaimed: “We have to optimize our processes.”
Usually, this sets in motion interesting talks about processes and how to optimize them. Next, you notice how everyone has a different notion of your company's processes. All this sheds some doubt on your process optimization efforts.
Great process descriptions are vital to create a shared understanding of your organization's processes. That's precisely what we'll tackle in this online BPMN Fundamentals course: building comprehensible, readable and good process descriptions with the Business Process Model and Notation.
About the teacher
Manu De Backer
Professor - Trainer - Expert BA - Process Enthusiast - Smart Process Automation - Academic Director - Product Enthusiast
His focus on business processes is relentless, and as a consultant, he has helped many organizations in optimizing their process-oriented way of working. Driven by a love for great products and customer experiences, he helps organizations thrive in a complex business environment.
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Business Analysis Trainer & Consultant
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Analyst in the telecom industry
- Your courses are just great! I especially loved the BPMN module where you show step by step how you organize modeling sessions and then do create the different model levels. A real golden nugget, practical and applicable!
Analyst in the telecom industry