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Business Process Elements: Expanded Objects

Design Elements: Expanded Objects

For graphical representation of a business process flow use the business process diagrams, which consists of a sequence of activity elements and flow controls elements.

ConceptDraw has 142 vector stencils in the 8 libraries that helps you to start using Diagramming Software for designing own Business Process Diagrams.

Use Expanded Objects library with 14 objects from BPMN. Expanded Objects are used for rapid design of Business Process Diagrams.

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The design elements from Expanded Objects library are expanded views for collapsed activity sub-process objects.

Use the design elements from Expanded Objects library in your BPMN 2.0 diagrams to show all flow objects, connecting objects, and artifacts for additional levels of business process detail.

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Types of Flowcharts →

A flowchart is a simple but very functional tool when it comes to understanding a workflow or to removing unnecessary stages from a process. When drawing flowcharts, keep in mind that there are four common types of flowcharts, like document flowcharts and data flowcharts that show control over a data or document flow over a system. To show controls on a physical level, use system flowcharts. In addition, to show controls in a program, you can draw a program flowchart. This flowchart diagram represents the piece of an article editing process, that involves the author and editor. It was created using the Basic Flowchart notation that consists from the basic flowchart symbols. The start and the end of the process are indicated with "Terminator" symbols. The "Process" symbols show the action steps consisting from making edits and searching for a compromise, when the author does not agree with the suggestions of the editor. The "Process" symbol is the general symbol in process flowcharts. The "Decision" symbol indicates a branching in the process flow. There are two branches indicated by a Decision shape in the current flowchart (Yes/No, Disagree/Agree). This basic flowchart can be used as a repeating unit in the workflow diagram describing the working process of some editorial office.Types of Flowcharts *
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