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Module overview and objectives
This module introduces essential terms and concepts.
Exam candidates need to be able to explain the purpose and rationale for process modelling. Candidates must also show that they understand why process modelling is a key skill in business analysis.
Note particularly the following terms mentioned in the BCS syllabus for this course module:
Business Process; Task; Process model; Process modelling; Organisational (level process); Functional view; Process view; As-is process model; To-be process model; Stakeholders; Requirements engineering; Business case; Testing
- Lesson: 3Business processes should be organisation wide activities that seek to deliver value to the customer.View lesson