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Jul062011

Second Edition Microguide Process Modeling in BPMN Released

I would like to announce the availability of second edition of the ‘Microguide to BPMN 2.0’. Of the many books available on BPMN, this is to first to enter its second edition in a new and enhanced form.  

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A new era for process modeling has arisen and in our second edition, we continue with the most concise coverage of BPMN available. We cover more ‘real-life’ business scenarios and model more unstructured, monitored and indefinite activities in BPM. The text not only corporates new metaphors of events and decision-directed event processing, it also covers 15 different BPM design patterns, forged in the furnace of practical, state-of-the-art process modeling, that provide a shortcut to a proven design. The material in this comprehensive, focused book has been gleaned from actual practices and proven in many of the most advanced processes in production today.

In concise language, we explain how to build visible, agile and powerful process that meet the needs of a chaotic and globally federated environment. It truly is an essential resource on the practical application of event, decision and process modeling.

This is my forth book project, and a few years ago I wrote some words of wisdom on the topic of book writing. If you are thinking about writing a book you might read them here.

Over the next months I intend to focus on BPM and BPMN on this Blog.

The book is available from amazon at http://tinyurl.com/MicroguideBPMN.

- Tom Debevoise

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Reader Comments (2)

Why no kindle version? :-(

I am looking forward to reading your works, but waiting for a kindle version.

Regards, erics

July 7, 2011 | Unregistered Commentererics

Erics!

Oh yes there will be a kindle verson. I forgot to mention that in the text. It will be out in 2 weeks or so.

Tom

July 7, 2011 | Registered CommenterTom Debevoise

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