Business Process Modeling Course
Description: Business runs on process and process runs the business. This course explores a business process modeling framework that will help you outline the key tasks and steps needed for process modeling and to define the success factors of what a successful process should look like. Our business process model is practical, simple and straight forward, providing a methodology neutral approach for greater process modeling success. This course provides the essential steps and approaches to create new business processes as well as make modifications to existing business processes. You will also learn and understand how to facilitate modeling sessions to keep them focused and productive!
CDU/PDU: Earn 14 CDU/PDU for both IIBA and PMI certification
Perquisites: We recommend the Introduction to Business Analysis course or equivalent experience.
Intended Audience: Anyone that facilitates or leads business process modeling sessions, requires an understanding of business process modeling techniques or is active in business process improvement activities. Business process modeling is a core skill for all business analysts.
Introduction to business process modeling
Why business process modeling is important in all approaches (Waterfall, Agile, Incremental)
Understand from a high-level an industry standard (BPM framework)
Understand a simpler approach to business process modeling
Understand how and when to construct different business process models
Understand the purpose of the current state “as-is” and future state “to-be” models
Working with happy path and alternative paths in process flows
Practice several types of business process maps
Define and understand business process modeling
Understanding business process modeling benefits
Understanding the differences between UML and ANSI standards
Look at an industry standard – BPM framework
The process of business process modeling
Understand a simpler framework for process modeling
Understanding process levels (levels of detail high to low)
Understanding the appropriate levels for process modeling – how much detail should there be?
Using business process modeling for “As-is” and “To-be” states
Approaches to mapping business processes
How to facilitate the modeling session
Building a process map and process scenarios
Understanding happy path vs. alternative paths
Understanding handoffs (pre and post conditions)
Practice looking for errors in a business process
Correct a business process map
Correct a swim lane diagram
How to use and practice documenting several approaches to business process modeling
Understanding inputs, outputs, business rules and triggers associated with each process step
The Uncommon League is an IIBA Endorsed Education Provider. This course is aligned with the BABOK 3.0.
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