Process Modeling Using BPMN - Save Hundreds $$
REGISTRATION EXTENDED to May 15
In the last couple of years, more and more organizations have adopted a new standard: Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN). By now, a de-facto standard for business process modeling, BPMN enables bridging the communication gap between business and technical people by providing an effective, efficient, and flexible way to capture, model, analyze, and design business processes, in a way that is easily understood by all interested parties.
Most business and technical stakeholders (from sponsors, customers, and end users to business analysts, project managers, designers/architects, testers, support, and so on) are vividly aware that, in order to come up with good solutions, we need to be able to describe, understand, and communicate our organizations' business processes, end-to-end and top-to-bottom. Yet, despite decades of flowcharting-talk and uncounted number of Visio diagrams, we are still struggling with this challenge. Without doubt, this is a major contributor to projects that fail to deliver (e.g. cancelled, over schedule and/or budget, products of poor quality or that include either only a fraction of the required functionality or functionality that nobody ever uses). Take this course and learn how BPMN can help your organization.
Course includes Intro & Core Concepts, BPMN Notation & Element Types, Descriptive Models, Analytical Models, BPMN Practices, Tools, and Resources. For complete course details, see http://aspetraining.com/courses/process-modeling-using-bpmn#course-offerings
Earn 14 IIBA PD/CDUs; 25 NASBA CPEs; 14PMI PDUs from an Endorsed Educational Provider.
Date/Time: Wednesday May 16th and Thursday May 17th; 8:30 to 4:30
Normally $1495, $1195 for non-members and $400 ($1095) off for Chapter Members!
- Business Analysts
- Process Analysts
- Process Owners
- Process Engineers
- Business customers/end users
- Product Owners, Project Managers, End users
- Anybody interested to understand, capture, analyze, design, and/or optimize processes