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Self-Test Answers and Explanation

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Thanks to all of you who took my BPMN Self-Test. BPMN, today accepted as the universal process modeling standard, is outwardly familiar — it looks like traditional swimlane flowcharts — but few people really know how to use it effectively. That’s what I try to teach in my book and the BPMessentials training. The self-test examines some of those parts of BPMN that are extremely useful in modeling everyday scenarios but which are not part of the traditional flowcharter’s existing knowledge. If you haven’t taken the test yet, why don’t you do it right now? Just click here. Then come back when you’re done and check out the answers. If you have taken it and would like to see my explanation of the answers, read on.

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