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8 July 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 8: BPMN in Process Improvement

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task
Lesson 4 – Sub-Processes
Lesson 5 – Messages
Lesson 6 – Artifacts and Data Objects
Lesson 7 – Execution of Business Processes

This Lesson of our BPMN tutorial is dedicated to Control and Improvement of business processes by means of a BPM system.

As we have previously said in Lesson 7, according to the Deming Cycle these procedures are essential for optimization and improvement of your business processes and products.
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30 June 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 7: Execution of Business Processes modeled with BPMN

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task
Lesson 4 – Sub-Processes
Lesson 5 – Messages
Lesson 6 – Artifacts and Data Objects

In Lesson 7 you will learn how business processes modeled with BMPN are executed.

The primary goal of BPMN is to provide a notation that would be understandable to all business stakeholders, from analysts who create the processes to business managers who monitor and control them.

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27 June 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 6: Using Artifacts and Data Objects in BPMN

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task
Lesson 4 – Sub-Processes
Lesson 5 – Messages

In Lesson 6 of our BPMN tutorial, we will take a look at the following graphical elements: Artifacts, Data Objects and Associations.

In BPMN, Artifacts, Data Objects and special connectors called Associations are used to specify information, which is not related to the flow of the process. These elements are not executable and serve for readability and analysis of business processes.
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16 June 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 5: Messages in BPMN

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task
Lesson 4 – Sub-Processes

The fifth lesson of our BPMN tutorial is dedicated to Message Flow, Messages and the Send Message and Receive Message activities.

Message is a fundamental BPMN concept, the content of communication between separate process participants. The communication itself is called the Message Flow. It shows the interaction between two participants of communication, who are represented by two separate Pools.
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9 June 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 4: Sub-Processes in BPMN

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task

In this lesson you will see how the Sub-Process element is used in business processes modeling.
Sub-Processes represent multiple activities that work together to perform a part of a total process.
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2 June 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 3: Customization Elements in BPMN: Pools, Swimlanes and Tasks

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways

The third lesson of our BPMN tutorial is dedicated to Pools and Swimlanes. Also, we will describe in more detail the Task element which you are already familiar with.

To show how business process participants interact between each other, BPMN uses Pools and Swimlanes. Usually, in BMP systems a Pool is defined as a container for a process, representing all the process activities and their executors.
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25 May 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 2: BPMN Events and Gateways

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways

This is the second lesson of our BPMN tutorial, which explains how to describe business processes using the following graphical elements: Events and Gateways (exclusive, inclusive and parallel).

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20 May 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

How to use BPMN: Beginners Tutorial Contents

To run and develop a business you need to define well the internal business processes. For this prupose, BPMN 2.0 notation would be a great choice – as far as readability and comprehension are concerned, it is beyond competition.

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20 May 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 1: Introduction to BPMN

BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation) is a modern standard for business process modeling, developed by BPMI Notation Working Group in May 2004. Version 2.0 of BPMN was released in 2010. The original specification in English was written by the Object Management Group.
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