Process Patterns: Plan-Execute

  • October 30, 2015
  • Scott
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I always like Anatoly’s blog, but in particular I like his process patterns posts, as they’re thought provocative for BPM practitioners regardless of which platform they’re using, and communicate complex concepts through the language of BPMN.  In a very real sense, Russian/English/Spanish/Chinese- it doesn’t matter, BPMN and a slight bit of translation on labels and the models make sense.

Check out a recent post on four plan-execute model patterns (details will be more complex, these are simplified).

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