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The Business Analysis technique for today’s post is “business process model”.

A business process model is a representation of how a business task is completed. The previously discussed ‘as is process analysis’ can be completed with the help of a ‘as is business process model’.

A business process model is constructed to aid thorough analysis and to encourage stakeholder engagement. A business process model is usually some sort of visual representation of all of the steps that must be completed to accomplish a task or goal. Steps can be manual or systematic. Inputs and outputs are also included.

Fact: algorithm is a difficult sounding term used to describe a set of detailed instructions for accomplishing a task. Thus, a business process model is a type of algorithm.

Here’s a cute example of a business process model.

Algorithm showing how cars are counted as the enter a parking garage.
Car Park Algorithm
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