OpenText ProVision - 101 Business Process Modelling Course

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OpenText ProVision Training - 101 BPA

Three Day Course Curriculum

The introductory 101 Business Process Modelling training course is conducted over three days and is frequently followed by a few days of consultancy to get the modelling exercise off to a good start. This course requires no previous modelling experience but does require an open mind and the ability to adopt the 'correct' way of thinking. At the end of the course, the students will be able (with some initial consultancy support) to create their own BPA models in a multi-user environment.

  • Objective - to embed an appreciation of holistic process modelling using OpenText ProVision to answer the Who? What? Where? When? Why? and How? questions.
  • Structure and location of files, databases and folders.
  • General operation – Repositories, Notebooks and ProVision's object-oriented nature.
  • Hierarchy models – specifically Organisation, System, Location, Rule (Control), Problem (Risk), Goal (Objective) and Process Decomposition.
  • Methodology models – specifically Business Interaction, Workflow and Communication.
  • Object association matrices.
  • Interpreter report functionality.
  • Customising object appearance (local and global), e.g. shapes, sizes, fonts and colours.
  • Multi-user repository administration and ancillary tools, e.g. MS Excel import and export.
  • Multi-user model sharing (check-in and check-out), inter-notebook operation.
  • Development of a consistent modelling style suited to each customer's individual needs.

Consultancy, training and product services for OpenText ProVision - Business Architecture, Enterprise Architecture, Process Analysis, Process Modelling, Process Improvement, Process Management, Process Simulation and Corporate Transition - BPM - BPMN - EA - Zachman - UML - TOGAF - Lean - Six Sigma - Lean Six Sigma - SOA - ITIL - Sarbanes Oxley - NGOSS / eTOM - RACI / RASCI - CMMI