Business Process Modelling (BPM) and how it fits with requirements gathering

Is Business Process Modelling still relevant? What standards can we use? Can I use BPM with agile and user stories?

We have had lots of requests for a BPM webinar, so this is your chance to ask our expert community panel your questions about BPM and how it fits with requirements gathering.

This webinar addresses Business Process Modeling and how it fits requirements gathering. The major topics covered were as followed: How to gather business process information. The common practiced methods of business process modeling. How to implement BPM within an agile project. Recommended tools and the benefits for a process library. And finally, how can you document business processes and requirements together.
  • As a BA how do I start gathering business process information?
  • What are the most practiced methods of business process modelling?
  • How can I implement BPM within an Agile project?
  • What tools do you recommend, and why?
  • After modelling processes…what's the next step? How do enterprises get
  • practical benefit from a process library?
  • Business process is the language of behaviour. It's the language our stakeholders use to describe the problem / opportunity domain
  • then how can there be any format (other than business process) by which to capture (elicit, etc.) requirements?
  • How can we document business processes and requirements together? i.e. a hybrid document that gives context?


Ana Vasilescu

Brian Hunt

Brian Hunt is a freelance consultant who specialises in business process improvement and simplification. His experience includes working with public, private and voluntary organisations.

He believes that achieving simplicity in business processes is the best way to reduce waste and to enable an agile response to market opportunities or threats.

He applies experience from a wide range of industries and from knowledge areas including 6 Sigma, business analysis and quality systems. Brian is dedicated to promoting the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) definition of Business Analysis, as “the practice of enabling change in an organizational context, by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders”. This means finding effective solutions that may or may not be delivered by IT.

Giles Rabaud

I have strong and proven experience in assisting organisations align their business processes to information systems and business strategy.

I have worked in the IT Industry for more than 20 years, initially as a developer, then as a systems analyst, project leader, IS manager and consultant.

“I’m driven to assisting customers achieve their business objectives through smart and pragmatic use of Information Technology.”

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