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Fundamentals of Business Process Management

This textbook encompasses the entire BPM lifecycle, from process identification to process monitoring, covering along the way process modelling, analysis, redesign and automation. Concepts, methods and tools from business management, computer science and industrial engineering are blended into one comprehensive and inter-disciplinary approach. The presentation is illustrated using the BPMN industry standard defined by the Object Management Group and widely endorsed by practitioners and vendors worldwide.

Increased efficiency + increased productivity = healthier bottom line. By reducing the amount of downtime employees experience due to drawn-out and inefficient processes, you get more from your investments. Likewise, reviewing what tools or services your business pays for could open up opportunities for cost-saving initiatives.

Businesses that regularly improve their systems and processes are more likely to find their clients and end-users are satisfied with the experience of working with them. Optimizing your processes and therefore the experience customers have with your business will give you a significant advantage over your competitors.

Project managers will be well acquainted with the idea of optimizing processes. Poorly optimized projects often go off the rails for small things, such as missed deadlines due to delayed feedback or unclear sign-off processes. In project management, process improvement plans are often used to rectify these issues. Improvements can include tracking risk via a risk register or defining responsibilities via a RACI matrix.

Delivered by highly-qualified and accredited trainers, The University of Melbourne's wide range of courses will have you rapidly improving your organisation's business processes from end to end with your new expertise.

Our strategic courses focus on managerial and organisational aspects of the BPM practice, such as strategic alignment, governance and the role that culture plays for the success of a BPM program within an organisation. They aim to put you in a position to manage and monitor the progress of an overall BPM program. Operational courses get into the nuts and bolts of the approaches and techniques underpinning the BPM lifecycle. For example they teach how to model, analysis and redesign a business process. They aim to put you in a position to run a BPM project from start to end.

The University of Melbourne is a globally-recognised provider of Business Process Management professional training. Our courses are designed to help organisations increase their productivity along performance dimensions such as efficiency, quality, compliance, and risk, by improving business processes from end to end.

Similarly, our wide range of courses span the breadth of the BPM discipline, embracing managerial aspects, such as strategic alignment and governance, as well as operational aspects related to the discovery, analysis, redesign, automation and monitoring of business processes.

It provides an in-depth exploration of the Lean Six Sigma method at the Green Belt level by covering the Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control (DMAIC) approach for continuous business process improvement. The course presents the principles of lean management and combines them with various statistical analysis techniques originating from Six Sigma, for each step of the DMAIC cycle.

Business process management (BPM) is a systematic approach to making an organization's workflow more effective, more efficient and more capable of adapting to an ever-changing environment. A business process is an activity or set of activities that will accomplish a specific organizational goal.

Business Process Manager (BPM) Certification helps organizations leverage processes to achieve their goals and be successful. Once processes are implemented, they must be monitored, evaluated, and optimized to make sure they are still meeting the goals that they were designed to accomplish. A business that can successfully manage its processes is able to maintain a competitive edge, while increasing productivity and efficiency and decreasing costs.

Business Goals, Objectives - 8%Business Basics from the purely Business Point of View: Business fundamentals, strategy, planning and goal-setting, project management, marketing, staffing, finance.

Originally developed by the Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI), BPMN is a precise, graphical notation for documenting business processes. It resolves the ambiguities of textual process specifications by visually depicting the sequence of business activities and information flows needed to complete a specific process:

The International Conference on Business Process Management celebrates its 20th birthday. Over these two decades, the conference has been be nucleus for the growth of a thriving BPM community that continuously provides impactful solutions to practical problems. In this talk, I reflect upon the actual importance of research on business processes and the unique strengths of the BPM community. These strengths offer a diverse spectrum of opportunities for developing research on business processes as a science. I discuss steps that the BPM community can take for seizing these opportunities.

Jan Mendling is the Einstein-Professor of Process Science with the Department of Computer Science at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany. His research interests include various topics in the area of business process management and information systems. He has published more than 450 research papers and articles, among others in Management Information Systems Quarterly, ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology, IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, Journal of the Association of Information Systems and Decision Support Systems. He is a department editor for Business and Information Systems Engineering, member of the board of the Austrian Society for Process Management ( ), one of the founders of the Berlin BPM Community of Practice ( ), organizer of several academic events on process management, and a member of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining. He is co-author of the textbooks Fundamentals of Business Process Management, Second Edition, ( and Wirtschaftsinformatik, 12th Edition, (, which are extensively used in information systems education.

Chiara Ghidini is a senior Research Scientist at Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK), Trento, Italy, where she heads the Process & Data Intelligence (PDI) research unit and is responsible of the scientific ordination of the new centre of digital Health & Well Being. Her scientific work in the areas of Semantic Web, Knowledge Engineering and Representation, Multi-Agent Systems and Process Mining is internationally well known and recognised, and she has made significant scientific contributions in the areas of: formal semantics for contextual reasoning and multi-context logics; formal frameworks for the specification of deliberative resource bounded agents; ontology mappings and integration; collaborative modeling platforms, business process modelling, and predictive business process monitoring. She has been involved in a number of international research projects, among which the FP7 Organic.Lingua and SO-PC-Pro European projects and the current network of Excellence Humane-AINet, as well as industrial projects in collaboration with companies in the Trentino area.

In the case of Pankaj Prashant, an engineer who took CORe to learn business fundamentals, the lessons he learned in Economics for Managers led to a deeper understanding of how pricing works in his field.

OMG-Certified Expert in BPM 2 (OCEB 2) exams validate an individual's knowledge and skills in the way BPM is used in today's complex distributed business environment.. The BPM exams test not only a candidate's knowledge of domain standards (e.g., Business Process Model & Notation (BPMN), Business Motivation Model (BMM) and Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM)), but also the application of standard aspects in the field and of industry best practices over a wide range of business process-related topics.

The course aims to reconcile abstraction techniques and high-level diagrammatic notations together with modular and structural approaches. The objective is to show the impact of the analysis and verification properties of business processes on the choice of the best suited specification and modelling languages. At the end of the course, the students will gain some familiarity with business process terminology, with different models and languages for the representation of business processes, with different kinds of logical properties that such models can satisfy and with different analysis and verification techniques. The students will also experiment with some tools for the design and analysis of business processes.

Business process management. Evolution of Enterprise Systems Architectures. Conceptual models and abstraction mechanisms. Petri nets: invariants, S-systems, T-systems, Free-choice systems and their properties. Workflow nets and workflow modules. Workflow patterns. Event-driven Process Chains (EPC). Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN). Yet Another Workflow Language (YAWL). Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). Process Mining.

The mission of the department of Information Science and Systems is to offer high quality programs in information systems at the undergraduate and doctoral level, services and supply chain management at the undergraduate level, and project management at the graduate level. The department seeks to provide opportunities for students to study and apply various technical and organizational knowledge and skills. The department's regularly updated curricula are taught by a team of highly qualified faculty that engages in research and brings corporate and government technical IT work experience to the classroom. The programs are suitable for students who are planning (1) to work in a corporate environment, (2) to operate their own business, (3) to obtain a strong systems background for pursuing graduate studies. The program enables the student to develop solid foundations in key technologies, methodologies, processes, and in organizational skills 041b061a72

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