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A Pragmatic Guide to Business Process Modelling By John Holt

A Pragmatic Guide to Business Process Modelling by John Holt

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Provides advice on how to model business processes. This guide helps you specify, visualize, and document your business processes, so that you can analyse your requirements and design solutions that meet them. It covers various aspects of process modelling, and applies visual modelling techniques to process modelling.

A Pragmatic Guide to Business Process Modelling Summary

A Pragmatic Guide to Business Process Modelling by John Holt

Improving processes, productivity and profitability within your organisation is often best achieved by having a detailed knowledge of business process modelling. It is considered a core competency for anyone involved in managing change and Jon Holt's expert text explores all the main aspects including process analysis and process documentation. Applying the standard modelling notation (UML), the result is a detailed, step-by-step guide to the entire modelling process.

About John Holt

Jon Holt is the founder-director of Brass Bullet Ltd, a software and systems engineering consultancy company based in Swansea, South Wales. He holds a number of positions at universities both in the UK and the USA and is a Fellow of the BCS and the IEE. His work interests include all aspects of process modelling, standards and education.

Table of Contents

Introduction; The magic of processes; Background; Risk; The Process; Process modelling; Standards, processes, procedures and guidelines; Problems with processes; Modelling techniques; The UML; Requirements for process modelling; Requirements for modelling; Requirements for processes; Tailoring processes; The process meta-model; Conclusions; Modelling; Introduction; Modelling; UML modelling; Consistency; Conclusions; The meta-model expanded; The requirements view; The process structure view; The process content view; The process behaviour view; The information view; The stakeholder view; The process instance view; Applying the meta-model; Process mapping; Introduction; A process for process mapping; Tailoring the process mapping process; Conclusions; Case studies; References & bibliography; Glossary

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A Pragmatic Guide to Business Process Modelling by John Holt
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