Course NT-BPMN Design, modeling and improvement of business processes in the BPMN 2.x standard |

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Course NT-BPMN Design, modeling and improvement of business processes in the BPMN 2.x standard

Training for specialists in the field of business analysis and design of business processes. Students will receive up-to-date design skills according to the BPMN 2.x notation, as well as a modern view of development methodologies and improvements in the organization.

Thanks to this course, students will learn to manage tools, manage requirements, identify the causes of company errors and difficulties, define Scope solutions and evaluate the finished result. The course will be useful for those who want to expand their knowledge in the field of business analytics and consider the most common techniques for assimilating and consolidating acquired knowledge about Business analytics.

Ratio of theory and practice - 65/35

Audience Profile

Heads of departments, quality specialists, project managers, business and system analysts. Training participants should be aware of the company's activities and have experience in understanding the activities that are the subject of process management.

  1. Process approach in management, positioning in the environment of other methodologies, limitations of the process approach.
  2. Digital + Agile Transformation and the potential of process management. Advanced trends using ML/AI.
  3. Enterprise architecture, Archimate notation, Architecture Views example.
  4. General principles of modeling and description of business processes.
  5. BSC methodology, creation of KPIs for processes. Maturity of processes. Improvement.
  6. Management of requirements, collection of requirements. Change management. Flexible models.
  7. Overview of BABOK and the role of a business analyst.
  8. Overview and positioning of BPMN 2.0, UML, SysML, the most popular diagrams.
  9. BPMN 2.0. Structure and terminology.
  10. Activities, types of tasks. Cyclic problems.
  11. Nested processes, subprocesses.
  12. Gateways. Variants of branching organization. Ascent.
  13. Pools and paths. System path. Best usage practices.
  14. Events, types of events.
  15. Start event.
  16. Intermediate events: timer, message, error, tracking.
  17. Escalation models.
  18. Orchestration vs choreography.
  19. Variants of business process development models. Agile model of IBM playbacks. BPM CBOK.
  20. Principles of business process optimization.
  21. Practice with Aris Express and exporting processes to BPMS class systems.

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09:30 - 17:00
09:30 - 17:00
09:30 - 17:00