A Basic knowledge of Business analysis and architecture of Information Systems, basics knowledge of Web Services and some high-level programming language (Java, .NET), English
Course Enrolment Limitations
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The capacity limit for the course is 75 student(s).
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Main goal of the course is an introduction to essentials of Business Process Management (BPM) and Service-oriented Architecture. BPM is a complex discipline on the edge of Management and Information System development. Students will get familiar with most important concepts of BPM and related BPMS platforms including most recent standards for process modeling (BPMN 2.0), process execution, business rules and human interaction with processes. Both open-source and commercial BPMS are presented and utilized for team projects during the course (IBM BPM, jBPM, Bonita, BizAgi BPM etc.). Important part of the course is a comprehensive team project, where students practice their acquired knowledge.
Seminar-session: Domain & process analysis exercise,
Lecture: BPMN basics , Homework assignment
Seminar-session: BPMN modeling, Level 1
Lecture: BPMN advanced & other process modeling, Level 2,3 Homework assignment
Seminar-session: BPMN modeling
Lecture: Best Practices, Petri nets
Seminar-session: BPMN best practices/Level 3, Homework consutlations
Lecture: BPMS Technology - jBPM
Seminar-session: Homeworks, jBPM
Lecture: BPMS Technology - IBM BPM
Seminar-session: Hands-on technology
Lecture: Intermezzo, Q&A, Common Mistakes
Seminar-session: IBM BPM Hands-on technology
Lecture: Bizagi - process execution
Lecture: Project consultations,
Seminar-session: Project consultations
Thomas Erl: Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA): Concepts, Technology and Design, Prentice Hall PTR, August, 2005
Process Mapping, Process Improvement and Process Management , 2005, ISBN 1932828044
BPMN Method and Style: A levels-based methodology for BPM process modeling and improvement using BPMN 2.0, 2009, ISBN 0982368100
BPM: Concepts, Languages, Architectures by Mathias Weske , 2007, ISBN 3540735216
Mike Havey: Essential Business Process Modeling, O'Reilly, August 2005
The Microguide to Process Modeling in BPMN , ISBN 1419693107
Essentials of Business Processes and Information Systems, 2010, ISBN 0470230592
Business Process Management with a Business Rules Approach: Implementing The Service Oriented Architecture , 2007, 1419673688
Ben Margolis: SOA for the Business Developer: Concepts, BPEL, and SCA, Mc Press, May 2007
BPMN 2.0, 2010, ISBN 3839149851
BPMN 2.0 Handbook, 2010, ISBN 0981987036
The Art of Business Process Modeling: The Business Analyst's Guide to Process Modeling with UML & BPMN ,2010, ISBN 1450541666
Business Process Management: The Third Wave, 2006, 0929652347
lectures, practical seminaries, homework, group projects, presentations of practitioners
Students elaborate several homeworks, group project focused on the end-to-end implementation of a BPM-based system, present results of the team project during their oral exam. Last part of the evaluation is a multiple choice test.
Language of instruction
The course is taught annually.
The course is taught: every week.