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Business Process Management (BPM) Course Contents


Durations:4 days

FEES:20K Per day

Business Process Management (BPM) sits between Management and Information Technology,
incorporating tools and techniques to design, implement, control, and analyze Operational
Business Processes - these typically involve people, entire organizations, and software
applications.

What you will learn


You will learn:
1. The fundamentals of Business Process Management
2. BPM Implementation Strategies
3. Process Modeling, Analysis & Design
4. Governance and Business strategy
5. Modeling a process with BPMN
6. Fault Handling and Exception Management
7. Business Rules
8. BPM as enabler of SOA: Key components
9. Architecture of a BPM System

Introduction
A Brief History of Process
The Process Perspective
Process Management
Process Modeling Analysis & Design
Business Process Management Framework
Business Process Management Systems (BPMS)
Business Process Architecture

BPM Implementation Strategies


BPM Value Proposition
The BPM Community Why automating BPM?
Topology of a SOA reference architecture
BPM Vendors overview Positioning of BPM tools

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Aligning IT and Business


BPM vs. BPMS
When to choose a BPMS
IT and business must work hand in hand Matching the right technology to your problem
Adopting a development model
Overview of a BPM system
Terms and concepts

Understanding Basic Concepts and Architecture


Process Modeling
Process Analysis
Process Design
Components and structure of a BPMS
Enterprise Process Management Planning
Key Skills, Roles and Responsibilities

Governance and Business strategy


The personal perspective
Innovation, growth and flexibility
Convincing the CEO,CIO, and Business units
The past: data/functions vs. objects & services
The future: core business logic vs. process control
Design implications for Architects
Alignment of Business and IT
The Role of Business Stewardship
The Role of Business Rule Analysts

Modeling a process with BPMN


The added value of BPMN
Compos ability and basic services
promoting an incremental and iterative approach
Why should Use Cases drive the project?
Declaration of message properties o Use of correlation sets
Develop a complex parallel execution of activities Designing concurrency
BPMN implemented by vendor so Example: Microsoft XLANG
Example: Oracle SOA Suite and BPEL4WS
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Fault Handling and Exception Management


Defining Events
Configuring Timeouts
Handling Faults
Catching Exceptions
Compensation Management

Business Rules
Motivations for BRs
Basic Concepts
Rule Maturity Model (KPI RMM)
KPI STEP Principles
New Roles of Business and I/T
The Business Focus in Business Ruleso When is a BR Approach Appropriate?
New Aspects for Scoping a BR Project
Key Elements of a BR Project Plan
The Role of a BR Pilot
Overview of Mining BRs from Code

BPM as enabler of SOA: Key components


Application frontends
Basic Services
The value of an ESB
Using a Repository
Increased agility for the businessThe BPM Board
Distributing technology white papers
Controlling & measuring improvement processes
Managing the repository
Setup of a quality gateway
The 4 pillars of success

Metrics
The context of organizational performance
What makes a good metric
Measurement & management hierarchy
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Process management: More than measurements
Metrics within processes Management roles in measurement
Management questions to be answered
Pitfalls of process management efforts

Architecture of a BPM System


EAI and B2B aspects
Topology and scalability
Design tools
Deployment tools
Monitoring and management
The process engine
Process definition repository
Transaction manager
Example Connector framework

Core BPMS features and Interfaces


Repository support to Database support
The level of required customization
BPEL language compliance
Involvement of development languages
Human workflow solutions

Choosing the right approach


What BPM Approach is right for your project
Scope the rules in your project before starting
Plan the project for a BPM advantage
Attach business rules to process models
Craft a roadmap for your first BPM project

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