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BPMN 2.0 Handbook – Best Practice Guidelines

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In December, the BPMN 2.0 Handbook has been published by WfMC. It contains a lot of interesting articles about using BPMN in practice, and several authors participated directly in the development of BPMN 2.0. We also contributed an article about Modeling Guidelines for process modeling with BPMN. It’s a selection of best practice approaches, based on our BPMN project experiences of the last 4 years. Of course, a complete Guidelines-Set is much more comprehensive, but the article is meant to provide an idea of the questions you have to answer when introducing BPMN in your organization, and it hopefully clarifies that these questions go far beyond the question, which BPMN-symbols you want to leave out 😉

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Jakob Freund

About Jakob Freund, CEO

Jakob Freund has profound experience in BPM projects, especially in the area of strategic BPM, process modeling and business IT alignment. He is author of the successful book "Real-Life BPMN", founder of BPM-Netzwerk.de and gives lectures at the university of applied science in Zürich and Bern.

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