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This presentation will introduce the core concepts, differentiation and business value of the "triple crown" of business process modeling (BPM) standards developed by OMG in recent years - the Business Process Model and Notation™ (BPMN™), the Case Management Model and Notation™ (CMMN™), and the Decision Model and Notation™ (DMN™). This session will demonstrate methods and best practices, specific roles and users, and usage in the context of government business innovation and transformation.
Recorded Oct 19 2018 52 mins
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Denis Gagné, Chair, OMG BPMN Model Interchange Working Group
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