BAC500 Business Process Improvement
Business Process Improvement (BPI) is a systematic approach for optimizing an organization's underlying processes. In this course learn what BPI is and how to develop strategies for identifying potential improvements, gaining buy-in from process owners, and developing process change strategies. The course discusses a framework for improving process and defines process improvement concepts and techniques. Lastly, discuss how to effectively introduce process changes.
BAC550 Business Process Modeling
Business Process Modeling (BPM) is the activity of representing a process in its current state, allowing the process to be analyzed and improved in the future. BPM uses a set of technologies and standards for the design, execution, administration, and monitoring of business processes. The business process is the flow of activities, usually represented by boxes each depicting some type of work, toward some business goal. Topics include the need for modeling business processes, modeling methods, business process modeling notation (BPMN), context diagramming, functional decomposition, and verification of models.
BAC575 BPMN 2.0 Process Modeling
BPMN is the industry standard for business process modeling, from simple documentation to analysis or executable implementation. It provides a graphical notation for specifying business processes in a Business Process Diagram (BPD). The objective of BPMN is to support business process management for both technical users and business users by providing a standard notation that is understandable to business users yet able to represent complex process semantics thus bridge the communication gap that occurs between business process design and implementation. This course covers BPMN Level 1 and Level 2 shapes and symbols, the BPMN methodology or how to properly structure your BPMN diagrams, and BPMN style, including BPMN style rule validation.
Duration6 Days | 12 Nights
*Academic Unit eligibility to be determined by college/university in which you are enrolled in a degree seeking program.