30-days access to quizzes.
Interactive quiz platform based on Moodle including 201 items mimicking real exam questions divided into sections:
Module 1. Intermediate Business Motivational Modeling
- The Business Motivation Model
- The Core Elements of the Business Motivation Model
- Referenced elements of business model defined externally: organization unit (in the BMM sense), business process, business rule
- Constructing BMM models and interpreting (brief) scenarios.
Module 2. Business Process Modeling with BPMN
- Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) v2.0.2 elements (Escalation, Compensation, Cancel)
- Data object (including lifecycle and accessibility), data store, data input, and data output
- Global task and global process
- Handling events
- Complex gateway
- Execution semantics
- Error handling
- Diagram interchange
Module 3. Decision Management and Modeling with DMN
- Basic concepts,
- decision requirements,
- relating decision logic to decision requirements,
- decision tables,
- relation of DMN to BPMN.
Module 4. Business Rules Approach and Shared Business-Wide Vocabulary
- Noun concepts and Business Rules (BRs) vocabulary,
- Business Rules basics,
- the two types of Business Rules,
- Business Rules and business processes.
- Creating and using process-specific Business Rules,
- the advantages of a shared business-wide vocabulary (SBVR Awareness).
Module 5. Business Process Management Knowledge and Skills
- BP Project Management: Activity lifecycle and ownership of processes.
- Measurement and Optimization: CSFs and KPIs, Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), scorecarding, process simulation and optimization, BPM ROI, model value analysis, BPMS tool fundamentals, BPM Center of Excellence basics, and organizational change management.
Module 6. Process Quality and Governance Frameworks
- Process quality and governance frameworks: SOX, COBIT, and ITIL,OMG's Business Process Maturity Model (BPMM) v1.0, Six Sigma, and Lean.
Module 7. Mock Exam
- contains all questions from previous sections
Who is this course for?
Any individual working as
- a business or system analyst,
- a developer,
- a software architect,
- a system engineer,
- a tester,
- and anyone else interested in successful and effective preparation for the OCEB2 Fundamental exam
Who is this course not for?
- anyone who has enough free time (3-4 months) to prepare for the exam on their own, collect materials, read books and articles specified in the exam scope and is able to predict what questions one can expect on the exam