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Business Process Change, 3rd Edition by Paul Harmon

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Appendix 2

Core Business Process Modeling Notation

There are many process notations that have been used over the years to represent more complex process flows. The one that has the most support today is the Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN, Version 2.0), which was developed by representatives of the leading business process modeling vendors under the auspices of BPMI, the business process interest group of the Object Management Group (OMG) an international standards organization. BPMN comes in two versions, a core notation set, which can be used by business people, and an extended notation set, which provides the details to represent processes for automation. In BPTrends classes we only use the core BPMN symbol set. This core set is identical ...

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