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Comment on Transformation by Rod Clark

Blog: BPTrends - Harmon on BPM

Transformation is an alias for Process. I always attach the rule for transformation and or process that it must contain a verb and a noun. An example is Build a Volunteer Organization List. Where the verb is Build, the noun is Organization List. Another example might be Build an estimating System. The Verb is Build, the Noun is Estimating System. Another example is Build a Field Action Request System. Where the verb is Build and the noun is Field Action Request System. I have detailed all three of these processes with great success. The key is the an input is being transformed into an output. In each of the above examples, inputs and outputs can be defined and the verb and noun “tells” how the process will happen. Keep it simple and to the point.

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