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BPMN Training Revisited

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

[Posted 15 Aug 2007 on BPMInstitute.org] When I launched my course “Process Modeling with BPMN”, I discussed in this column why so many people beginning to “do” BPM were looking for training in modeling, and why that was especially needed for BPMN. Now, having delivered the training for five months, I have a better appreciation of BPMN’s strengths and limitations, a better understanding of what students really want, and what they really need to know about BPMN modeling.

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