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BPMN 101: What Is a Process?

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

It’s now 10 years since finalization of BPMN 2.0, the acknowledged standard business process description language. BPMN has been widely adopted, by tool vendors and end users alike, but there are still some folks just discovering it for the first time. Because of BPMN’s outward similarity to traditional swimlane flowcharts, many of those users think they understand BPMN but are making some fundamental mistakes. This month’s post attempts to set things straight by explaining the basic concepts of BPMN.

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