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Gateways and End States: An Example of BPMN Style

People sometimes ask me, what is Method and Style?  For a quick marketing answer, you can watch this Ignite video.  But if you want a concrete example, read on…

Method and Style is a systematic approach to creating what I call “good BPMN”… not simply correct according to the spec, but models that fulfill BPMN’s real mission, which is communicating the process logic visually, so that it is understood clearly and completely by those who don’t already know how the process works.  Unfortunately, that was never a goal of the BPMN 2.0 task force in OMG, so the spec calls “valid” many models that fail that test.  Achieving it requires a methodology and additional rules beyond those of the spec.  I call mine Method and Style.

The Method is a 5-step procedure for translating process information gathered from stakeholder interviews and workshops into properly structured BPMN models.  I’m not going to […]

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