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Business Process Modeling

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Fundamentals of Business Process Modeling

Fundamentals of Business Process Modeling

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  • 1. SOA Adoption, Strategies, and Implementation Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 2. Table of Contents ••Business Modeling: Problem Domain & Motivation Business Modeling: Problem Domain & Motivation ••Introduction to IT & Business Alignment Model Introduction to IT & Business Alignment Model ••Business Concepts: A Meta Model Business Concepts: A Meta Model ••Business Process Modeling: Implementation Views Business Process Modeling: Implementation Views ••Solution Domain: Technological Implementation Solution Domain: Technological Implementation Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 3. Business Modeling: Problem Domain & Motivation Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 4. Business Modeling: Motivation ••Recording and Preserving Undocumented Business Processes Recording and Preserving Undocumented Business Processes Productivity ••Maintaining Business Continuity Productivity Maintaining Business Continuity ••Establishing aaCommon Organizational Language Establishing Common Organizational Language Profitability Profitability ••Contributing to Product Requirements and Process Automation Contributing to Product Requirements and Process Automation ••Identifying Functionality Redundancy Across the Enterprise Identifying Functionality Redundancy Across the Enterprise Business Business Agility Agility ••Facilitating Asset Consolidation Facilitating Asset Consolidation ••Fostering Asset Reuse Fostering Asset Reuse Time-to-Market Time-to-Market ••Increasing Communication Gaps between Silo Organizations Increasing Communication Gaps between Silo Organizations ••Increasing Collaborations with Business Partners Increasing Collaborations with Business Partners ••Creating Process-Centric Composite Services & Applications Creating Process-Centric Composite Services & Applications Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 5. Introduction to IT & Business Alignment Model Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 6. IT & Business Alignment Model A Model for Business & IT Organizations Alignment Driving Business Principles, Such as “Customer Focus”, etc… Identifying and Documenting Business & IT Business Activities and Process Flow by Alignment Opportunities Employing a Formal BPM Language System Behavior, Orchestration, Applications, Services, Repositories, Middleware, Infrastructure, COTS Products Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 7. Business Concepts: A Meta-Model Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 8. Business Concepts: A Meta-Model What is the Typical Process for Deriving Business Concepts and Establishing a Business Modeling Meta-Model? Solid Business Business Process Concepts and A Modeling Typically Meta-Model for Take Place at the Business Modeling Business Analysis & Activities are Business Architecture Typically Derived at Stage the Concept Extraction Phase Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 9. Again, What Are Business Concepts? Concepts Constitute Organizational Vocabulary. A Language that can be used to Fill in the Communication Gaps Concepts Communicate “Client Centric” Solution Propositions So, What are to Resolve Business Business Concepts Problems and why do we Need to Formalize these Ideas? “Household Portfolio” Concepts are Reusable Entities “Federated Identity” Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 10. Business Process Modeling Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 11. What is Business Process Modeling? Identifying and Documenting Business Activities (also known as tasks) and Processes by Employing a Formal BPM Language. A Process MUST have a business objective. Business activities identify the steps to achieving a business goal. A Process Consists Documenting of Multiple Activities an Entire Process Documenting a Singe Activity Documenting Another Activity Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 12. BPMN Diagram Example BPMN Partial Notation Example Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:BPMN-CollectVotes.jpg Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 13. Business Process Modeling Life Cycle Model Trace, Optimize, and Simulate Construct & Deploy Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 14. Who is Involved? Stakeholders? Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 15. Business Process Modeling: Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) Products Profile Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 16. Business Process Modeling: …And Industry Standards? BPMM BPMM BPEL4WS BPEL4WS BPMI BPMI WfMC WfMC More? More? BPML BPML BPDM BPDM WSCI WSCI WS-I WS-I Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 17. Business Process Modeling: …And Industry Standards? Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 18. Business Process Modeling: Implementation Views How Should the Business Process Modeling Practice Be Implemented? To Which Business Initiative Should the At Which Level of the Business & IT Business Process Organization Should Alignment Modeling be Applied? we Practice Business Opportunities Process Modeling? Business Process Modeling Success Business Process Level: Hot Spots Modeling Success Level: Sweet Spots Implementation Plan Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 19. Business Process Modeling Granularity Perspective What are the Various Business Process Levels? A Predictable Model For BPM Granularity Matrix for Business Process Modeling Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 20. Business Process Modeling Value Perspective What are the Various Business Initiatives that can be Modeled? Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 21. Business Process Modeling Alignment Perspective How can Business Process Modeling Enable Proper Alignment of Business and IT organizations? Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 22. Solution: Technological Implementation Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 23. Technological Feasibility & Success Criteria How can we ensure Business Process Modeling Success? Identification of Opportunities Technological Success Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 24. An Evolutionary Process that Ensures Business & IT Alignment Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 25. Solution: Crafting a Technological Ecosystem… What are the IT Assets that are Influenced by the Business Modeling Paradigm? Dependencies of IT Assets Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 26. Technological Implementation: Planning the Next Steps… Planning… Planning… ••Plan Software Evolution & Metamorphosis Plan Software Evolution & Metamorphosis ••Device Software Life Cycle Best Practices and Standards Device Software Life Cycle Best Practices and Standards ••Establish Software Asset Portfolio Management Practices Establish Software Asset Portfolio Management Practices ••Found Service-Oriented Governance & Center of excellence Found Service-Oriented Governance & Center of excellence ••Craft an Organizational Architecture Roadmap Craft an Organizational Architecture Roadmap ••Launch an SOA Adoption Program Launch an SOA Adoption Program Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 27. Technological Implementation: Planning the Next Steps… Leading Best Practices Leading Best Practices ••Interoperability Interoperability ••Reusability Reusability ••Loose Coupling Loose Coupling ••And More… And More… Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 28. To Learn More… Service-Oriented Architecture: Service-Oriented Modeling: A Planning and Service Analysis, Design, and Implementation Guide for Architecture Business and Technology Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com
  • 29. Thank You for Attending The BPM Presentation! Methodologies Inc, All Rights Reserved ©, 2006-2008. Tel: 646 290-5894, www.ModelingConcepts.com