- Using common modeling tools
- Determining when to use a modeling diagram
- Avoiding the pitfalls associated with each diagram
- Creating diagrams
- Leveraging key stakeholders
Skill Level Beginner
- A picture is worth a thousand words. And when it comes to business process modeling, these pictures are worth their weight in gold. Throughout the world, organizations use modeling as a cost effective way to share and demonstrate the concepts and designs to the large audiences to receive feedback on where they are now and what is to come. Hi, I'm Haydn Thomas. In this course I'll be sharing with you the four most commonly used business modeling tools and the purpose of each. I'll explain how to successfully elicit and document how an organization performs processes and its required activities, as well as some things to avoid a potential pitfalls. With the need to stay relevant, competitive, and keeping up with the evolving consumer and end-user demands, organizations are looking for better and more efficient ways of achieving their outcomes. Organizations use business process modeling tools to be able to determine capability of what is being performed today in our current state and what is planned as the expected future state. Bringing all of these business process modeling practices into your tool kit will make you an indispensable asset whenever an organization is looking to make changes.