BPM Process Analysis Methods III
In this course, students learn about business process management (BPM) process analysis and improvement methods and techniques, how to inventory and prioritize processes, and how to make their organizations and business units process-oriented.
This interactive course uses a collaborative learning environment to teach best-practice processes that help organizations with the decomposition of a business unit or group within an enterprise. The course also offers hands-on demonstrations, and uses student-supplied processes as a case study for exercises designed to reinforce the concepts and skills covered in the lectures.
The course begins with an overview of business process management and change management concepts. Students learn about managing upstream and downstream impacts, and the cross-functional importance of processes to the overall objectives of an organization. Students also learn about important concepts and activities such as process analysis, process improvement, working with as-is and to-be processes, Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN), identifying and working with key performance indicators (KPIs), and developing an inventory of processes.
In addition, the course introduces students to IBM Blueworks Live, which is a software as a service (SaaS) offering that can help organizations quickly document and improve business processes by enabling collaboration and process automation in a secure, cloud-based environment.
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This intermediate course is designed for all project team members involved in definition, implementation, and administration of a process solution, and provides in-depth knowledge for team members who serve in the BPM Analyst role.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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