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OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
OCEB Fundamental exemplary questions
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  • 1. OCEB Fundamentalexemplary questions
  • 2. How to use these slides  One slide asks an exemplary question that is similar to the questions asked in OCEB exam.  Next slide shows the correct answer. Interested in OCEB exam preparation? Check out: www.camunda.com/oceb/ “The seminar is a compact and competent preparation for the OCEB certificate in a pleasant and easygoing atmosphere. The seminar was well-attended and therefore it was easy to make contact with fellow participants.” Dr. Jens Schwede, T-Systems “The overall package of seminar material, on-site services, a competent trainer, and interesting discussions on the subject of BPM and BPMN has left a very good impression. I passed the exam for the OCEB certification thanks to this outstanding preparation seminar. One can feel camunda’s closeness to the subjects of business process management and BPMN – not only as a successful BPM company but also as a member of the OMG. The theoretical OCEB exam contents were vividly, comprehensibly and successfully conveyed with the help of a knowledgeable, practical and productive discussion between the trainer and the participants.” Sebastian Gaedeke, Business Consultant Process Architecture, ESPRIT
  • 3. Which of the following are parts of OMG’s BMM? Ends, Means, Influencers, and Assessments, which also includes Referenced Elements and Business Vocabulary. Managing Results, Mission, Vision, and Action. Business Policies, Business Rules, and Organizational Units Objectives, Strategy, Tactics, and Goals.
  • 4. Which of the following are parts of OMG’s BMM? Ends, Means, Influencers, and Assessments, which also includes Referenced Elements and Business Vocabulary. Managing Results, Mission, Vision, and Action. Business Policies, Business Rules, and Organizational Units X Objectives, Strategy, Tactics, and Goals.
  • 5. Which answer is correct? According to MBA in a Day which definition describes the marketing process? Marketing is a process that ensures that brochures and the like are being manufactured in high quality and that arranges the stand at a trade fair. Marketing is a synonym for distribution. Therefore its goal is to bring new products and services to the market and sell them with the highest possible price. Marketing is a social and managerial process by which individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating, offering, and exchanging products of value with others. Marketing is the systematization of generating leads (by taking out advertisements on different media channels), evaluating each lead, and then routing them to the sales department.
  • 6. Which answer is correct? According to MBA in a Day which definition describes the marketing process? Marketing is a process that ensures that brochures and the like are being manufactured in high quality and that arranges the stand at a trade fair. Marketing is a synonym for distribution. Therefore its goal is to bring new products and services to the market and sell them with the highest possible price. Marketing is a social and managerial process by which X individuals and groups obtain what they need and want through creating, offering, and exchanging products of value with others. Marketing is the systematization of generating leads (by taking out advertisements on different media channels), evaluating each lead, and then routing them to the sales department.
  • 7. Select the steady-state process goal Special Report’s Outline Errors will be reported within 10 days A contract revision will be accepted or rejected within 10 days of submission Company’s insurance applications will be assigned a policy rate according to their risk profile Not more than 8% of completed processes will exceed their budgets
  • 8. Select the steady-state process goal Special Report’s Outline Errors will be reported within 10 days A contract revision will be accepted or rejected within 10 days of submission Company’s insurance applications will be assigned a policy rate according to their risk profile X Not more than 8% of completed processes will exceed their budgets
  • 9. Which answer is correct? Which of the two levels of BPMN modeling are NOT vendor dependent? Pattern modeling and execution modeling Descriptive modeling and analytical modeling Source-code modeling and services modeling Descriptive modeling and scenario modeling
  • 10. Which answer is correct? Which of the two levels of BPMN modeling are NOT vendor dependent? Pattern modeling and execution modeling X Descriptive modeling and analytical modeling Source-code modeling and services modeling Descriptive modeling and scenario modeling
  • 11. Which answer is correct? According to James F. Chang in Business Process Management Systems, which is a weakness of the Process- Centric Organization? Duplication of functional expertise Cross functional coordination Lack of end-to-end focus to optimize organizational performance Responsiveness to market requirement
  • 12. Which answer is correct? According to James F. Chang in Business Process Management Systems, which is a weakness of the Process- Centric Organization? X Duplication of functional expertise Cross functional coordination Lack of end-to-end focus to optimize organizational performance Responsiveness to market requirement
  • 13. Which answer is correct? Which BPMM level certifies predictable business processes? Level 5 Level 2 Level 4 Level 3
  • 14. Which answer is correct? Which BPMM level certifies predictable business processes? Level 5 Level 2 X Level 4 Level 3
  • 15. Which BMM element to model that? A car rental company plans to open new branches in other countries. goal mission strategy vision
  • 16. Which BMM element to model that? A car rental company plans to open new branches in other countries. goal mission X strategy vision
  • 17. Which BMM element to model that? Each Car purchased must match the standard specification of its Car Model strategy objective business policy business rule
  • 18. Which BMM element to model that? Each Car purchased must match the standard specification of its Car Model strategy objective business policy X business rule
  • 19. Which answer is correct? Which types of connecting objects can connect elements of two different lanes in the same pool? Sequence flow association Message flow group
  • 20. Which answer is correct? Which types of connecting objects can connect elements of two different lanes in the same pool? X Sequence flow association Message flow group
  • 21. Which answer is correct? Which statement about pools and lanes is true? Empty pools abstract participants and show their activities. A collaboration process is a process inside a pool. A pool represents a sub-process. An embedded sub-process cannot contain pools and lanes.
  • 22. Which answer is correct? Which statement about pools and lanes is true? Empty pools abstract participants and show their activities. A collaboration process is a process inside a pool. A pool represents a sub-process. X An embedded sub-process cannot contain pools and lanes.
  • 23. Which answer is correct? Which diagram describes the interrupt of task A if message M arrives and starts task C next? A B C A B C B A C A B C
  • 24. Which answer is correct? Which diagram describes the interrupt of task A if message M arrives and starts task C next? A B C X A B C B A C A B C
  • 25. Which answer is correct? The process category Manage information technology is part of which process type in the APQC Classification framework? Operating Processes Business Processes Management and Support Processes Infrastructure Processes
  • 26. Which answer is correct? The process category Manage information technology is part of which process type in the APQC Classification framework? Operating Processes Business Processes X Management and Support Processes Infrastructure Processes
  • 27. Which answer is correct? What describes a feature that is necessary to achieve a goal? Key Performance Indicator Business Process Metric Maturity Level Critical Success Factor
  • 28. Which answer is correct? What describes a feature that is necessary to achieve a goal? Key Performance Indicator Business Process Metric Maturity Level X Critical Success Factor

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