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Authored by members of WfMC, OMG and other key participants in the development of BPMN 2.0, the BPMN 2.0 Handbook Second Edition assembles industry thought-leaders and international experts.
The authors examine a variety of aspects that start with an introduction of what’s new and updated in BPMN 2.0, and look closely at interchange, best practices, analytics, conformance, optimization, choreography and more from a technical perspective.
The authors also address the business imperative for widespread adoption of the standard by examining best practice guidelines, BPMN business strategy and the human interface including real-life case studies. Other critical chapters tackle the practical aspects of making a BPMN model executable and the basic timeline analysis of a BPMN model.
In addition to free bonus chapters from the latest edition and extra material supplied by authors, the BPMN 2.0 Companion website contains BPMN and XPDL Verification/Validation files, webinars, videos, product specs, tools, free/trial modelers etc. This gives readers exposure to a larger resource on BPMN 2.0 and XPDL than a book alone can offer.
Table of Contents
Leading Authors: Robert Shapiro, Stephen A. White PhD, Conrad Bock, Nathaniel Palmer, Michael zur Muehlen PhD, Prof. Marco Brambilla, Denis Gagné et al
This book is for business people who want to understand the how and why of BPMN 2.0 in simple non-jargon terms and the strategy and motivation for its adoption within the corporation.
It is also for the technical practitioner seeking current insights into the BPMN 2.0 standard and how to take advantage of its powerful capabilities.
Dr Bruce Silver, Bruce Silver Associates, USA
Introduction (free download 9 pages PDF, no registration required)
Layna Fischer, Future Strategies Inc. USA
SECTION 1—Guide to BPMN 2.0 Technical Aspects
New Capabilities for Process Modeling in BPMN 2.0
Stephen A. White PhD, International Business Machines, and Conrad Bock, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
New Capabilities for Interaction Modeling in BPMN 2.0
Conrad Bock, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA, and Stephen A. White PhD, International Business Machines
Analytics for Performance Optimization of BPMN2.0 Business Processes
Robert M. Shapiro, OpenText, USA and Hartmann Genrich, GMD (retired), Germany
Making a BPMN 2.0 Model Executable
Lloyd Dugan, BPMN4SCA, USA, and Nathaniel Palmer, SRA International, Inc., USA
BPMN Extension for Social BPM
Piero Fraternali, Marco Brambilla and Carmen Vaca, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Admission Process Optimization with BPMN and OSCO (Case Study)
Jack Xue, Butler University and Conseco Service LLC, USA
Addressing Some BPMN 2.0 Misconceptions, Fallacies, Errors, or Simply Bad Practices
Denis Gagné, Trisotech, Canada
Refactoring BPMN Models: From ‘Bad Smells’ to Best Practices and Patterns
Darius Silingas and Edita Mileviciene, No Magic, Lithuania
Simulation for Business Process Management
John Januszczak, Vice President, Meta Software Corporation, USA
Collaborative Activities Inside Pools
Michele Chinosi, European Commission Joint Research Centre, Italy
Bespoke Enterprise Architecture: Tailoring BPMN 2.0 using Conformance Classes
Dennis E. Wisnosky, Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer, Department of Defense, and Michael zur Muehlen Ph.D., Center for Business Process Innovation, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
SECTION 2—Guide to the Business Imperative for BPMN
BPMN and Business Strategy: One Size Does Not Fit All
Lionel Loiseau, BNP Paribas Personal Finance Process & Performance Analyst and Michael Ferrari, Analyst, France
BPMN for Business Professionals: Making BPMN 2.0 Fit for Full Business Use
Tobias Rausch, Harald Kuehn, BOC AG, Marion Murzek, BOC GmbH, Austria and Thomas Brennan, BOC Ltd, Ireland
Best Practice Guidelines for BPMN 2.0
Jakob Freund and Matthias Schrepfer, camunda services GmbH, Germany
Human-Readable BPMN Diagrams
Thomas Allweyer, Professor, University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, Germany
Business Process Integration in a Defense Product-focused Company (case study)
Kerry M. Finn, Enterprise SOA Lead and J. Bryan Lail, Chief Architect, Raytheon Company, USA
BPMN Used by Business Professionals: An In-depth Reflection on BPM with BPMN by the Swiss FOITT
BOC: Christian Lichka, Diana Boudinova; FOITT: Jochen Sommer, Frank Wittwer
Multi-faceted Business Process Modeling
Marco Brambilla, Politecnico di Milano, and Stefano Butti, Web Models Srl, Italy
SECTION 3—Reference and Appendices
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Reference Guide—XPDL 2.2: Incorporating BPMN 2.0 Process Modeling Extensions
Robert M. Shapiro, WfMC Technical Chair and XPDL Technical Committee, USA
XPDL2.2 is intended as a preliminary release which supports the graphical extensions to process modeling contained in BPMN2.0. In fact, the BPMN specification addresses four different areas of modeling, referred to as Process Modeling, Process Execution, BPEL Process Execution, and Choreography Modeling. In this reference guide, we focus only on Process Modeling. Within that we define several sub-classes to support process interchange between tools. This is discussed in a later section of this paper. Here we discuss significant additions in XPDL 2.2.