Understanding and Implementing Workflow
and Business Process Management
Considering a BPM or workflow implementation? Looking to boost marketability and industry credentials? Burnt by BPM and need to hear from the experts? "BPM in Practice: Understanding and Implementing Workflow and Business Process Management" is an intensive full-day seminar on BPM.
Participants will gain a detailed understanding of Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) and XML Process Definition Language (XPDL) as well as Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). All participants will receive an XPDL Implementer's Kit with details and preparation for XPDL certification.
Leaders of the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) present a one-day intensive workshop on understanding and implementing the core BPM standards of XPDL, BPMN and BPEL. The topics range from general overview of the BPM market, to specific detailed presentations on standards. The course is designed for both beginners and those who are already familiar with BPM and need to know more about the leading BPM standards and their impact on software design and implementation. A specific XPDL design session is presented to explain specific implementation approaches. Presenters include Jon Pyke (WfMC Chair), Robert Shapiro, Keith Swenson, Justin Brunt, and Dr Michael zur Muehlen.
Who Should Attend?
- Process Architects Evaluating or Already Engaged in BPM Application
- Architects Looking to Leverage the Work of the Collective Business Process Standards Community
- Consultants and Integrators Seeking Strategies for Risk Management and Competitive Advantage