Institute for Computer Research seminar
"Maintaining consistency across BPM initiatives' content: people, tools and outputs"
Bank of America
Thursday, November 4, 2010
University of Waterloo, Davis Centre, Room DC 1304
Business Process Modeling (BPMo) is a collaborative task involving different groups of specialists including business analysts, solution architects and system developers. They work on different levels of abstraction and collaborate to create a set of different but related artifacts, from business requirements and high-level process specifications to executable models. A critical activity in BPMo is managing consistency among these artifacts. Successful consistency management requires understanding the key needs and collaboration patterns of the stakeholders and the complex relations among the artifacts. This discussion seeks to identify some of the key focus areas that must be considered in order to ensure consistency.
Peter Braun is a member of Bank of America's Business Process Modeling Center of Capability (BPMo CoC), which provides centralized, expert BPMo practitioners to develop and support Global Commercial, Corporate and Investment Banking Technology's BPMo program in the areas of modeling and simulation for key initiatives, model management, and model governance/compliance with modeling standards. He has been with Bank of America for 15 years in numerous capacities.
Sponsored by the Ontario Research Fund (ORF) Research Excellence Project: "Software Service Engineering"
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