Organizational Process and Structure Modelling
The process modelling has been having a steady development in the last few years. The main reasons behind the increase in the use of the business process modelling is requirement for the computer aided system that would help in the modelling, simulation and process of a system into a single package (Becker, Roseman & Von Uthman, 2014). The systems consist of a number of procedures that have serial to procedures that take place one after another and the processes depends on the output of the previous procedures. In addition to this, the paper that is considered here provides the discussions about the principles that are integrated together to form the business process modelling.
Figure 1. An Example of the organizational process modelling
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Organizational Process Modelling Implementation
According to Meriton et al. (2016), it is known that there was been a new interest regarding the capabilities of the micro foundation literatures. This paper is used for providing the users with the information regarding the burgeoning field. It expresses that the organizational capabilities can be exposed as the emergent social structure in the current situation. The actors of the organizational structure can have the objectives to exercise should be able to evaluate the opportunities of one course over the other course. These decisions finally lead to the outcome of the organization and also the transformative capabilities are also evaluated. .
Organizational Process and Structure in Business Merger
In the paper it has been mentioned that the organizational mergers are the most critical form go the change management processes that are conducted for the organizations (Giessner 2016). This can result in the employees facing large amount of difficulties in adjusting to the conditions of the new organizational procedures and structures. Hence, it can be easily concluded that the post merger procedures of the company or the organization are to be handles very carefully and the identification of the financial and the strategic goals of the company are to be handled with care.
Benefits of the Organizational Process and Structure
The Business Process Modelling can provide various types of benefits for the organizations and also for the business analysts (Elstak et al. 2015). Firstly, the business process modelling provides the alignment of the operations with the business strategies. They also improve the communication processes for the organizations. They increase the control and the consistency of the organizations helping them in their business. The techniques also help in the improvement of the operation of the efficiencies of the business in today’s world. Additionally, they also help the organization in gaining advantage over their competitors.
Figure 2: Business Process Modelling Views
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Organization Improvement involving the Organizational Process and Structure
The paper is concerned with the ontologies and their application on the different field of research within the organization and also outside the organization (De Vasconcelos 2016). The technologies have had a steady immergence in the last few years and also they have immerged form the Artificial intelligences. It has been mentioned that the technology would enable the organizations to minimize the difficulties in the sharing procedures of the organization and also they have been very useful in the process of reuse of the knowledge of the organizations. The approach is very useful for the acknowledgement of the dynamics of the environment of the organization and this option is way better than the traditional approach for the organizations.
Business Process Modelling Notations for Organizational Process and StructureFigure 3: Business process modelling diagram
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Becker, J., Rosemann, M., & Von Uthmann, C. (2014). Guidelines of business process modeling. In Business Process Management (pp. 30-49). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
De Vasconcelos, J.B., Gouveia, F.R. and Kimble, C., 2016, July. An organisational memory information system using ontologies. In Atas da Confer?ncia da Associa??o Portuguesa de Sistemas de Informa??o (Vol. 3, No. 3).
Elstak, M.N., Bhatt, M., Van Riel, C., Pratt, M.G. and Berens, G.A., 2015. Organizational identification during a merger: The role of self?enhancement and uncertainty reduction motives during a major organizational change. Journal of Management Studies, 52(1), pp.32-62.
Love, P.E., Matthews, J., Simpson, I., Hill, A. and Olatunji, O.A., 2014. A benefits realization management building information modeling framework for asset owners. Automation in construction, 37, pp.1-10.
Meriton, R.F., Graham, G., Cox, J., Greenhill, A., Masters, K. and Oh, E.Y., 2016. Organisational capabilities for virtual citizen science: A critical realist approach