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1. Open the model explorer
in the top left corner.

2. Open the ADOmoney Bank subfolder
with the name “01 Processes”.

3. Open the process map at the
very end of the directory.

THE ADOMONEY BANK PROCESS MAP

The process map provides an overview of all management processes, core processes and support processes of the bank. By clicking on a hyperlink in a process, you drill down to the next level of detail.

Step 1: Open the model explorer. Step 2: Expand the group (folder) “ADOmoney Bank” as well as the group “01 Processes” Step 3: Double-click on model “Process Map ADOmoney Bank”.

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FURTHER LEVELS OF THE PROCESS MAP

Additional levels of the process map allow a better structuring of the processes. Typically, the second level represents a value-chain, structured by dimensions or determinants, such as Product Groups and Lifecycles.

Step 1: Within the model “Process Map ADOmoney Bank” click with the left mouse button on the hyperlink in the process “CP.01 Advise customer” to drill-down to the next level of the process landscape.

Alternatively: Search for the model “CP.01 Advise customer” in the model explorer.

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ALL DETAILS IN THE PROCESS MODEL

Drilling down further, the Business Process diagram “Create new customer” provides a very detailed look at the sequence of tasks and all alternative paths. Furthermore, complementary information, such as RACI, systems used, associated risks and more provide a thorough view on the process.

Step 1: Click on the hyperlink of the process element “Create new customer” on the second level of the Process Map to drill down.

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GO BEYOND WITH BPMN FIT FOR BUSINESS

See how the business initiative “Know Your Customer (KYC)” impacts the “Create new Customer” process
and further enterprise assets in your business and IT architecture.

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THE BUSINESS IMPACT ANALYSIS VIEW

A Business Impact analysis shows the effects of the “Know Your Customer” initiative on the ADOmoney Bank’s corporate artifacts. Affected process: “Create new customer”

Step 1: Open the object explorer and type into the search bar of the explore the initials “KYC”. Step 2: Click with the right mouse button on the initiative “Creation of new customer: Add Know your customer (KYC) activities” Step 3: In the context menu select “Create view“ and then “BIA…”.
Step 4: Select “Initiative impact analysis”.

Hint: You can remove empty swimlanes in the BIA by selecting them and pressing the key “Del“ or via the context menu.

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DRILL-DOWN TO SEQUENCE FLOW LEVEL

The process hierarchy can be followed down to the sequence flow level. On that level, the Process Owner can be identified easily.

Step 1: In the process map “CP.01 Advise customer” click with the left mouse button on the process “CP.01.00 Create new customer” to open the detailed business process diagram.

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DETAILED LOOK AT INVOLVED ROLES VIA RACI MATRIX

Another way to show all involved roles in a process and their responsibilities is by creating a RACI matrix.

Step 1: In the model “CP.01.00 Create new customer” use the context menu “More” with the three dots on the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Step 2: Select the option “Create view” and then “Matrix”. Step 3: Select the configuration “Process activities responsibilities (RACI)”.

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READ THE PROCESS LIKE A BOOK

The innovative textual view provides a nice alternative to the graphical flow chart. It reads like a book and conveys the descriptions for all Tasks as well as responsibilities and needed resources such as documents and IT applications.

Step 1:  In the model “CP.01.00 Create new customer” change the view in the upper left-hand corner from “Graphic” to “Text”.

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ANALYSE THE SEQUENCE FLOW

Before adapting the process as a whole, an overview of the nature of the process can be quickly obtained by taking a look at the sequence flow.

Step 1: In the model “CP.01.00 Create new customer” change back to the view in the upper left-hand corner from “Text” to “Graphic”. Step 2: Browse through the model and explore it, using the scroll bars or the Navigator (small window for navigation and zoom).

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ADAPT THE SEQUENCE FLOW AND VISUALIZE THE CHANGE

After creating a new version / copy of the model, the “Create new customer” process is expanded according to the “Know Your Customer” initiative. Graphical and tabular model comparison help to highlight this difference.

Step 1: Open the model explorer. Step 2: Search for the new version “CP.01.00 Create new customer 1.01” and the current version “CP.01.00 Create new customer 1.00”. Step 3: Select both model versions and use the feature “Compare” from the right-click context menu.

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FORWARD THE NEW PROCESS VERSION TO THE RELEASE WORKFLOW

The new version of the „Create new customer“ process needs to be reviewed. The Process Release Workflow allows for a governed procedure to be followed, including a complete audit trail.

Step 1: Select the scenario “Control & Release” from the navigation bar on the left-hand of the screen. Step 2: Review the model by clicking on the model. Step 3: Switch back to the main view of the scenario “Control & Release”. Step 4: Click on “Show actions” of the respective model and submit to the next state transition. Step 5: As process owner you can release the model after your business review.

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MONITOR THE PROGRESS OF THE INITIATIVE

The progress of the initiative needs to be monitored on an ongoing basis.

Step 1: Open the object explorer. Step 2: search for “creation of new customer”. Step 3: Mark the two objects “Creation of new customer: Add Know your customer (KYC) activities” and “Creation of new customer: Examine risk evaluation” of the object type “Initiative”. Step 4: Click with the right mouse button on the marked objects to open the context menu. Step 5: Select the function “create view” and “Matrix”. Step 6: Select the configuration “Initiatives” and open. Step 7: Click the icon “Change visualisation” on the upper right-hand corner of the screen and select “Initiative progress”.

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