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Why do we organize this workshop ?
This workshop is a practical follow-up to the "BPMN 2.0 Syntax and Positioning" seminar, and is mainly aimed at those who followed that I.T. Works seminar. But also people with some knowledge of BPMN through selfstudy or project work, can follow this course and turn their BPMN knowledge into practice.
In this workshop, we will focus on how to set up a BPM framework (preceding the modelling itself) and how to model efficient, usable and reusable BPMN diagrams using the correct syntax and the best practices in BPMN. Also, the correct use of Actors and DataObjects will be emphasized.
Your lecturer and workshop moderator is Christian Gijsels, who has in-depth experience in setting up BPM frameworks, and is actively involved in many BPMN projects, so that you receive very practical and valuable information.
What do you learn during this workshop ?
|Get a good knowledge of the BPMN syntax|
Following this workshop, you will:
During this workshop, we use one or multiple cases as a fil rouge throughout the workshop. All symbols of BPMN 2.x will be used during this BPMN workshop.
This workshop is highly practical and enforces the BPMN theory through group exercises. Everyone can bring his/her laptop with the modelling tools that he/she uses. If you would like to start with a modelling tool, we can recommend one of these free modelling tools, which you can download here:
The participants get better insight in the power of BPMN tools by using a BPMN tool, or by watching other groups use it. This also allows us to compare different BPMN tools, extend previous models, do an impact analysis, show reuse, etc.
Who should attend this workshop ?
This workshop is aimed at everyone who wants to use BPMN correctly and efficiently: