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One Notation to Rule Them All

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Paul Harmon of BPTrends weighs in on a worthy topic, how many perspectives do we need to describe a business process? He acknowledges that while “alternative approaches” like Role Activity Diagrams or the Flores-Winograd interaction model used by Action Technologies are useful in special cases, most of the time it would be better to standardize on a more conventional workflow perspective such as BPMN or UML Activity Diagrams. Sandy Kemsley expresses her agreement, while Derek Miers (in comments on BPMS Watch) has expressed the opposite view.

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