BPM (Business Process Modelling) and Notation Table of Contents

Table of Content


Introduction to BPMN

  • What is BPMN?
  • History and evolution of BPMN
  • Purpose and benefits of BPMN

BPMN Diagram Types

  • BPMN 2.0 Process Diagram
  • Collaboration Diagram
  • Choreography Diagram
  • Conversation Diagram

BPMN Elements

  • Flow Objects (Tasks, Events, Gateways)
  • Connecting Objects (Sequence Flow, Message Flow)
  • Artifacts (Data Objects, Group, Annotation)
  • Swimlanes (Pools and Lanes)
  • Data Associations

Process Modeling Basics

  • Process modeling principles
  • Process identification and scope
  • Business process vs. workflow

BPMN Modeling Elements

  • Events (Start, Intermediate, End)
  • Tasks and Sub-processes
  • Gateways (Exclusive, Inclusive, Parallel)
  • Data Objects (Data Store, Data Input/Output)
  • Message Events and Message Flows

Process Flow Modeling

  • Sequence Flow
  • Message Flow
  • Conditional Sequence Flow
  • Looping and Multi-Instance Activities

Choreography and Collaboration

  • Choreography Diagrams
  • Conversation Diagrams
  • Message Flow in Collaboration
  • Choreography Tasks

Data and Data Modeling

  • Data Object and Data Store
  • Data Input and Data Output
  • Data Associations
  • Data Mapping

Sub-processes and Call Activities

  • Embedded Sub-process
  • Reusable Sub-process
  • Call Activities
  • Ad Hoc Sub-process

Gateways and Decision Modeling

  • Exclusive Gateway (XOR)
  • Inclusive Gateway (OR)
  • Parallel Gateway (AND)
  • Event-Based Gateway
  • Complex Gateway

Event Handling

  • Start Events
  • Intermediate Events (Timer, Message, Error, Signal, etc.)
  • End Events
  • Event Sub-process

Collaboration and Messaging

  • Message Events
  • Message Flows
  • Pools and Lanes
  • Participants

Advanced BPMN Concepts

  • Exception Handling
  • Compensation Events
  • Escalation Events
  • Multiple Diagrams and Diagram Interchange

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