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UGA MIST 2090 - BPM Basics

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Lecture 10Outline of Last Lecture - Business ProcessesOutline of Current Lecture - Business Process Modeling: BPM basics- BPM Notations- Order Management process in BPM- Gateway symbolso Exclusion decisiono Parallel fork- Resource modeling in BPMCurrent Lecture- Business Process Modeling: BPM basicso Business process – a set of one or more goal directed activities that are in sequence and/or parallel – it is still a start to goal series of activitieso Because they have different business visions and goals, they have different business processes and people info and tech.- BPM Notationso Many different notations for capturing, communicationg, and designing business processes from left to right: sequence diagram, flowchart, EPC (event-driven process chain)o The emerging standard in modeling business processes is something called “business process modeling notation” (BPMN) and we will learn about that on Thursday- Order Management process in BPMo Simple order management process is triggered by the reception of a purchase order from a customero The purchase order has to be checked against the stock availability of the productso Depending on stock availablitiy the purchase order may be confirmed or rejectedo If purchase order is confirmed, the goods requested are shipped and invoice sentto customero If rejected- process comes to an endo Activities in two parallel paths do not need to be performed at the same timeo Pictures more effective than WORDSThese notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor’s lecture. GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes, not as a substitute. MIST 2090 1st Editiono Only 30% of words actually read- Gateway Symbolso Exclusion decision/ merge Indicated ocation w/in a business process where the sequence flow can take two or more alternative paths Only one of the paths can be taken Depicted by a diamond shape that may contain a marker that Is shaped like an Xo Parallel Fork/Join Provide a mechanism to synchronize parallel flow and to create parallel flow Depicted by a diamond shape that must contain cross symbol- Resource Modeling in BPMo Resource classes are captured using: Pools- independent organizational entities- Ex: customer, supplier Lanes- resource classes in the same organizational space and sharing common systemso Sales department, marketing departmento Clerk, manager,


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