Three challenges of BPMN 2.0

There are three major challenges in using BPMN 2.0 as a holistic (360°) approach to Business Process Management (BPM):

Semantic Alignment BPMN like all other high-level process languages is context agnostic. This is good, as it allows a wide adoption throughout the industry. On the other hand it means that it does not explicitly express . . . → Read More: Three challenges of BPMN 2.0

Goto is not Evil

Those of you who tried to convert BPMN to BPEL know the “Goto”-Problem which stems from the fact that BPMN is graph oriented while BPEL is block oriented. This makes it hard to transform one into the other and causes pain in todays BPMN undertakings. Although goto is banned in modern programming languages, business-like modeling . . . → Read More: Goto is not Evil