Abstract

Validation should be done in the context of understanding how a business process is intended to contribute to the business strategies of an organization. Validation can take place along a variety of dimensions including legal compliance, financial cost, customer value, and service quality. A business process modeling tool cannot anticipate all the ways in which a business process might need to be validated. However, it can provide a framework for extending model elements to represent context for a business process. It can also support information exchange to facilitate validation with other tools and systems. This chapter demonstrates a model-based approach to validation using a hospital approval process for accessing patient data in a data warehouse. An extensible meta-model, a flexible data exchange layer, and linkage between business processes and enterprise context are shown to be the critical elements in model-based business process validation

-- DanielAmyot - 15 Feb 2012

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Title Model-Based Validation of Business Processes
Authors A. Pourshahid, L. Peyton, S. Ghanavati, D. Amyot, P. Chen, and M. Weiss
Type Book
Conference/Journal Title Business Process Management: Concepts, Technology, and Application
Volume/Number
Editors V. Shankararaman, J.L. Zhao and J.K. Lee
Publisher Business Science Reference, IGI Global
Month February
Year 2012
Pages 165-183
DOI 10.4018/978-1-4666-0249-6.ch009
Keywords Business Process Validation, Business Process Model, Compliance, Integration, KPI, Tool Support.
Topic revision: r3 - 15 Feb 2012, DanielAmyot
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