This course is also available as self-paced virtual (e-learning) course Business Analysis for Agile BPM Process Transformation (ZB825G).�This option does not require any travel. This course teaches you agile methods to approach business process analysis for Business Process Management (BPM) implementations. The course focuses on proven business process transformation analysis approaches for delivering process transformation projects by using an agile methodology and the extensive IBM knowledge base collection of IBM Systems Solution Implementation Standard (ISSIS) artifacts. ISSIS represents an agile methodology that the IBM Cloud Services organization uses to maximize client return on investment. It provides IBM technology and product-specific best practices and BPM artifacts that are derived from hundreds of project implementations. The course begins with an overview of Business Process Management and change management concepts. You learn about managing upstream and downstream process transformation impacts, and the cross-functional importance of business processes to the overall objectives of an organization. The course then explores the agile business process analysis methods and supporting project tasks and work prod
This course has no prerequisites.
This course is designed for all project team members who are involved in the analysis and definition of organizational processes.
Describe Business Process Management (BPM) and its benefits to an organization Describe agile business process analysis methods and supporting project tasks and work products that are used in a process transformation project Document business process and decision management opportunities and attach relevant references to clarify project goals and requirements for the process transformation Define detailed business requirements as user stories within the process context Create a macro design with design thinking Map high-level Activities and Participants in a business process by using Blueworks Live Generate and refine a detailed Process Diagram by using Blueworks Live Establish a change management plan to garner acceptance and buy-in for process improvement initiatives Document detailed processes through validation and enhancement of blueprints, with key inputs and outputs and known issues and impacts Create process user stories for project task estimation and prioritization Describe DevOps and how it affects development projects Explain the difference between BPM projects and other IT implementation projects Facilitate process discovery sessions Identify key performance indicators (KPIs) for a process Identify next steps for process improvement initiatives Describe the tools that are available in the IBM Systems Solution Implementation Standard (ISSIS) repository and how they can be used for business process and rules analysis Describe the working relationship between the Business Analyst, Subject Matter Experts, Solution Architect, and development team, Cloud Integration, Digital Business Automation Market, Digital Business Automation Portfolio, Digital Business Automation