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Business Process Management: The Third Wave
Fingar, Peter and Smith Howard. 2002
Don't bridge the business-IT divide: Obliterate it! The book is the first authoritative analysis of how third-wave business process management (BPM) changes everything in business and what it portends. While the vision of process management is not new, existing theories and systems have not been able to cope with the reality of business processes --until now. This book describes a radical, simplifying shift in process thinking and technology that utterly transforms today's information systems and reduces the lag between management intent and execution.
Business Process Management: Concepts, Languages, Architectures
Weske, Mathias. 2007
This textbook is ideally suited for classes on business process management, information systems architecture, and workflow management. It is also valuable for project managers and IT professionals working in business process management, since it provides a vendor-independent view on the topic. The accompanying website www.bpm-book.com contains further information, such as links to references that are available online, exercises that offer the reader a deeper involvement with the topics addressed, and additional teaching material.
Modeling and Reference Guide BPMN
White, Stephen and Derek Miers. 2008
Experts Stephen White (IBM) and Derek Miers (BPMFocus) have been involved in the development of the BPMN standard since the early days of BPMI.org. As Work Group chair and Specification Editor since its inception, Dr. White was intrumental in creating the BPMN standard and is now guiding its continuing refinement at the OMG. Derek Miers has played a leading role in the BPMN space, first as Co-Chair of BPMI.org and more recently within the OMG.
BPMN Method and Style
Silver, Bruce. 2009
Through his company BPMessentials, Silver has delivered BPMN training and certification to over 1000 students, and is a key contributor to version 2.0 of the BPMN standard in OMG. Based on BPMN 2.0, the book provides a concrete methodology and consistent modeling style, critical to BPMN's promise of a common language shared by business and IT. The method and style are described at three levels: descriptive modeling for business users (Level 1), analytical modeling for analysts and architects (Level 2), and executable modeling in BPMN (Level 3), a new capability of BPMN 2.0.
Patterns with BPMN 2.0
Saxena, Vishal. 2009 (to appear)
Saxena is a senior product development manager in the Oracle Application Server division. He currently leads the development of Business Process Analysis (BPA) and Business Process Management (BPM) Suite. He brings extensive experience in the enterprise software development, integration and BPM industry over the past 14 years. He works closely on the BPMN standards at OMG.
MDA Journal: Requirements for BPMN 2.0
David Frankel - June 03, 2008
As the Object Management Group (OMG) gets closer to releasing BPMN 2.0, David Frankel examines the main issues to be addressed in the new release.
Process Modeling With BPMN: Six-Part eLearning Series
Bruce Silver - January 27, 2009
Delivered in six 20-minute segments of Flash video, this course explains all of the diagram patterns important to process modeling with BPMN and how BPMN is used in conjunction with executable process design.