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1. a) b) c) Which of the following best describes a business model? Typically a graphical depiction of the essential business process information. A sequence of business activities. An evaluation of potential business process improvements. d) None of the above. 2. a) b) c) Business models provide value in all of the following areas except which one? Employee performance appraisal Managing complexity Specifying systems demands d) Eliciting requirements for new systems 3. a) b) c) Which of the following best describes the purpose of an activity model? Describes the sequence of workflow in a business process. Creates a blueprint to support the collection of process information. Depicts data structures. d) None of the above. 4. a) b) c) Which of the following best describes the purpose of an event in a BPMN activity diagram? Shows where the work takes place. Describes the sequence of workflow. Affects the flow of the business process. d) Controls branching and merging. 5. a) b) c) d) Which of the following best describes the purpose of a gateway in a BPMN activity diagram? Shows where the work takes place. Describes the sequence of workflow. Affects the flow of the business process. Controls branching and merging. 6. a) b) c) d) Which of the following symbols depicts an intermediate event? An arrow A circle with a double line perimeter A rectangle A circle with a wide single line perimeter 7. a) b) c) d) Which of the following symbols is used to depict different organizations in one BPMN diagram? Gateway Message flow Pool Intermediate event 8. a) b) c) d) Which of the following best describes the purpose of a swimlane? Depicts different organizations involved in a process. Depicts different departments of the same organization in a process. Depicts interactions between organizations in a process. Depicts the sequence of tasks in a process. 9. a) b) c) d) Which of the following best describes a BPMN message flow? Shows sequence of activities in a process. Shows interactions between participants in a process. Affects the flow of a business process. Shows branching and merging in a business process. 10. Which of the following best describes the difference between a BPMN gateway and a flowcharting decision diamond? a) Only the decision diamond shows branching of the sequence flow. b) The gateway does not represent a decision. c) Only the gateway shows branching of the sequence flow. d) The decision diamond can depict more branching options. 1. A Definition of Business Model: A simple, abstract representation of a business process or processes; typically a graphical depiction of the essential business process information. 2. A Business models facilitate understanding business processes and not specifically employee performance appraisal. 3. A Choices B and C are related to structure models rather than activity models. 4. C For example, start events begin process flow and end events end the process flow. 5. D The purpose of gateways is to show various branching options. 6. B Start events have a single thin perimeter, end events have a single thick perimeter, and intermediate events have double lines. 7. C Pools allow modelers to show interactions between different organizations in a BPMN diagram. 8. B Swimlanes are subdivisions of pools, so swimlanes could depict different departments of the same organization in a process. 9. B Message flows show exchanges between pools (or participants) in a BPMN activity diagram. 10. B In flowcharting, the diamond shows a decision and the branching options as a result of that decision; in BPMN activity diagrams, gateways show branching only (evaluations are done in the prior activity). BPMN has several different types of branching gateways, so the flow could branch several ways, but flowcharting does not make any distinction – all branches are exclusive.


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