Welcome to Workflow Modeling and Process Management

This is the course management system for the course VU 188.924 Workflow Modeling and Process Management. The course contains a self evaluation of participants, quizzes about the topic and a project in which participants model a workflow with a BPMN 2.0 compliant tool and develop a Workflow Management System for this workflow. Participants work in group of five. The participants can select any compliant modeling tool and workflow engine. The system is used to manage the process of the course. This means the system is used to store transparently all information created during the process and to give feedback to participants. The storage of information is also used to develop and to share knowledge about projects in Process Management. At the moment knowledge about the different projects is hidden.
Students of TU Wien can register with their TISS credentials
A Case-based System will be developed to make it easier in future to share knowledge between different project groups. Then all the knowledge will be presented anonymously.

From Conceptual to Executable BPMN Process Models (Part 2)

Marcelo La Rosa & Marlon Dumas

Marlon Dumas and Marcello La Rosa present a method to turn conceptual BPMN process model defined by business analysts into executable models deployable in a BPMS. The tutorial was first given at the 11th International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM'2013).

From Conceptual to Executable BPMN Process Models (Part 1)

Marcelo La Rosa & Marlon Dumas

Marlon Dumas and Marcello La Rosa present a method to turn conceptual BPMN process model defined by business analysts into executable models deployable in a BPMS. The tutorial was first given at the 11th International Conference on Business Process Management.

The Scope and Evolution of Business Process Management

Paul Harmon

Business Process Management or BPM, broadly speaking, is part of a tradition that is now several decades old that aims at improving the way business people think about and manage their businesses. Its particular manifestations, whether they are termed “Work Simplification,” “Six Sigma,” “Business Process Reengineering,” or “Business Process Management,” may come and go, but the underlying impulse, to shift the way managers and employees think about the organization of business, will continue to grow and prosper.

Workflow Pattern

Jürgen Dorn

Monitoring Processes

Jürgen Dorn

Slides from the fourth unit

The Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM): What, Why and How

Curtis, B. and Alden, J.

Short paper about motivation for BPMM

Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM)

OMG

Standard describing a maturity model for business process management

Maturity Models in Business Process Management

Maximilian Röglinger, Jens Pöppelbuß, Jörg Becker

Paper that compares 10 maturity models for business process management

Workflow Modeling and Process Management BPMN

Jürgen Dorn

Slide copies from the second lecture on BPMN 2.0

Workflow Modeling and Process Management Introduction

Jürgen Dorn

Slide copies from the first lecture

Pages

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