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The Process Modeling Workshop for Business Analysts - Day 1 - 03-Dec

  • 03 Dec 2016
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • George Brown College Casa Loma Campus, 146 Kendall Avenue, Toronto, ON (Dupont TTC Subway Station)

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The

Process Modelling 

Workshop for

Business Analysts

Now A 2-day Workshop


Responding to feedback and to requests from managers, IIBA Toronto and Judith recognize that the information delivered in one day is too much to absorb and take back to the workplace. The request was to not scale back the information, but to make it a 2-day workshop, similar to what has been done to other offerings. So we have. The description below is for the 2 days which will be divided between the two days in this workshop. 



Description


The Process Modeling course provides participants with theory and fundamentals of process modeling, to comprehensively model an enterprise, department, or set of business processes in support of delivering complete business requirements.


The course covers a variety of best-practices in standard process modeling notations (e.g. IDEFO, DFD, BPMN) to provide insight and coverage of the full language of process descriptions. The course can be run as a standalone or in conjunction with the Business Analysis and Requirements Definition course.


The course consists of a formal presentation supplemented by a case study and class room based exercises.



Benefits When put into practice, the benefits of process modeling include:
  • Foundation for a variety of change management disciplines: e.g. software development, process improvement and management, outsourcing, target operating model design etc.
  • Creates transparency around a business operation
  • Provides a common language for different business domain experts to communicate effectively and make joint business decisions.
Audience
Business Analysts involved with defining business processes, for any process related discipline i.e. software development, process improvement (e.g. Lean, Six Sigma), business architecture, target operating model design etc.

Change professionals who may want to know more about the discipline of Process Modeling


Outline 
  1. Overview
  2. Principles of Process Definition
  3. Tricks & Tips to Good Design
  4. Common Graphical Representations in Process Analysis
  5. Building an Enterprise Business Architecture
  6. IDEFO Diagrams
  7. Data Flow Diagrams
  8. BPMN Diagrams

Speaker

Judith Oja-Gillam

Senior Consultant

https://ca.linkedin.com/in/judithojagillam


Judith has thirty plus years in Financial Services Business Management Consulting and Business Architecture including Strategy, Sales, Service, Control functions, Operations and IT.

Judith has proven ability to lead teams in the design, development and execution of strategic approaches to transformational change, organizational design and business process engineering practices. Focus is on generating business value and capability.

A published SME who is frequently called upon to speak or deliver workshops at leading conferences and events.


Particulars:


Below is for Day 1 on Saturday, December 3rd


Class time duration: 6.00 hours

IIBA CDU credits: 6.0 credits


Chapter Member Price: $249

Non-Member Price: $360


Chapter Member Early Bird Price: $199

Non-Member Early Bird Price: $300


Day 2 will be in January / February, 2017 and be a separate fee.


If you have questions email education@iibatoronto.org.


Cancellation by participant

Students will receive a refund only if IIBA Toronto receives a notice of cancellation more than 10 full calendar days (not including the class date) before the class start date.

If a student does not attend a scheduled session, there will be no refund or reschedule given. Payment is forfeited.

Student substitutions are allowed.


Cancellation or reschedule by IIBA Toronto


The IIBA Toronto chapter, who is providing this workshop, reserves the right to cancel or reschedule this event.



Questions


Should you have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at president@iibatoronto.org.



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