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In our last whitepaper (Rethinking BPMN (Part 1): What is a GOOD Process Model), we discussed what makes a process model work. In this second part we propose a process to model processes (the meta-process, as buzzword fans may like
to call it). We will use a WHY-WHAT-HOW-WHO-WHEN-WHERE framework to structure our thinking.
How do you even start?
In this white paper we will break down into stages the best approach to building a process model that fits your needs.
- Stage 1: PURPOSE
- Stage 2: HEAD to TAIL (yes, humans have tails, too)
- Stage 3: BACKBONE
- Stage 4: SKELETON
- Stage 5: SYSTEM to SUBSYSTEMS
- Stage 6: WHOLE BODY
- Stage 7: COMMUNITY
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