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1 Presenter: Carl Radunsky January

2  Introduction  Swim lanes  BPMN 2.0  Execution Environment  Proprietary - ARIS  Enterprise BPM Repository  Lessons Learned 2

3  25 + Years Systems Development Experience  Lead BPM COE (Business Process Modeling Center of Excellence) at FedEx  Implemented and administered a modeling tool  Implemented modeling standards  Trained 100+ modelers  Developed business process models for strategic programs 3

4 4 A set of Functions in a certain sequence External Event Starting the Process Results of Value for External/Internal Customers F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 Use BPM to understand a current process, including opportunities for improvement Define a new process and lay the groundwork for detailed requirements

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6 6 ARIS Express (http://www.ariscommunity.com/aris-express)

7 7 EPC (Event Driven Process Chain) VACD (Value Added Process Chain)

8 8 Author: Sandy Kemsley https://www.flickr.com/photos/skemsley/ /in/set

9 9 Author: Sandy Kemsley https://www.flickr.com/photos/skemsley/ /in/set

10  Business Process Modeling can be a disruptive technology  For complex processes, start with Current state models  No models are perfect  Some models are useful  A model that is too complex will not be useful  Consistent Syntax  If many models will be developed, define and follow standards for tool usage and syntax 10

11 Questions & Discussion 11 Thank you !


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