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STUDY PLANS
2018/2019

Process Modeling

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
14PROM KZ 2 2P+0C Czech
Lecturer:
Marek Kalika
Tutor:
Marek Kalika
Supervisor:
Department of Applied Informatics in Transportation
Synopsis:

Definition of the process, role, KPI's, areas of interest. Process Map, definition, purpose, clear examples and demonstrations, recommendations and standards, SIPOC. Process model, definition, purpose, procedures and tools, static and dynamic models. BPMN language, syntax and semantics, process flows. Implementation of practical examples, As-Is, To-Be, optimization and evaluation.

Requirements:

Recommended skills of systems analysis and graph theory.

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Study Objective:

The course aims to familiarize students with the processes, the identification, documentation, modeling and optimization. Students will understand the differences between the process and the project, both theoretically and practically create process maps based on the BPMN language.

Study materials:

Robert Shapiro, Stephen A White, Conrad Bock, Nathaniel Palmer, Michael zur Muehlen, Marco Brambilla, Denis Gagné et al: BPMN 2.0 Handbook - Methods, Concepts, Case Studies and Standards in Business Process Management Notation, Future Strategies, Incorporated (December 30, 2011)

Note:
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