And Its Future
Stephen A. White, the lead author of the BPMN specifications,
is conducting this survey to get a better understanding of how
process analysts use BPMN and how they would like to see BPMN improved.
Please take 10 minutes to complete the survey.
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This survey consists of three short sections:

Section 1: Your background and experience with BPMN.

Section 2: How you use BPMN now. We're definitely interested if you use extensions to the BPMN specification, since these indicate potential requirements to future BPMN versions.

Section 3: About the future of BPMN and what changes (e.g., new features) you would like to see.

 
Section 1 | What is your background?

 
What is your first name (optional)?

 
What is your last name (optional)?

 
What is your job title? *

 
Where is your location? *


 
What is your level of business experience? *


 
How much time do you spend process modeling for your current job? *

 
How much time do you expect to spend process modeling in a future job?

 
List any other process languages you have experience with besides BPMN.

 
List any process modeling tools you have used.

 
Section 2 | How do you use BPMN?

 
Does the process modeling tool that you use support all of BPMN's modeling capabilities? Or does it only provide a subset? *


 
Does the process modeling methodology that you use include all of BPMN's modeling capabilities? Or does it only utilize a subset (even if the tool uses all of BPMN)? *


 
Which of the following Task types have you used?


 
List all the Task type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following activity types have you used (besides Tasks)?


 
List all the Activity type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following activity properties have you used?


 
List all the Activity property extensions you used.

 
Which of the following Start Event types have you used?


 
List all the Start Event type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following Start Event types for Event Sub-Processes have you used?


 
List all the Event Sub-Process Start Event type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following Non-Interrupting Start Event types for Event Sub-Processes have you used?


 
List all the Event Sub-Process Non-Interrupting Start Event type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following Intermediate Event types have you used?


 
List all the Intermediate Event type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following Boundary Event types have you used?


 
List all the Boundary Event type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following Non-Interrupting Boundary Event types have you used?


 
List all the Non-Interrupting Boundary Event type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following End Event types have you used?


 
List all the End Event type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following Gateway types have you used?


 
List all the Gateway type extensions you used.

 
Which of the following connectors have you used?


 
List all the Connector extensions you used.

 
Which of the following BPMN modeling elements or capabilities have you used?


 
List all the other BPMN extensions you used.

 
Overall, what is your opinion about the complexity of BPMN? *

 
Section 3 | About BPMN's Future

 
Would you find any of the following elements or capabilities useful if added to BPMN?


 
List any other Activity, Event, or Gateway extensions you would like to have included in BPMN.

 
List any additional extensions or standard Artifacts you would like to have included in BPMN.

 
Would you like to see service level (within a Task) modeling capabilities included in BPMN? (This is sometimes referred to as a screen flow). *

     
 
Would you like to see case management capabilities fully integrated into BPMN? (e.g., integrate CMMN into BPMN) *

     
 
Would you like to see updates to the Choreography and Conversation capabilities of BPMN? *

     
 
List any additional modeling capabilities you would like to have included in BPMN.

 
Is there anything you would like to see removed from BPMN? *

     
 
List anything you would like to see removed from BPMN. *

 
When would you like BPMN 3.0 to be completed? *


Thank you for taking this survey on BPMN.

The data from this survey will be used to help 
guide the development of BPMN 3.0 when it
is developed in the OMG.


Learn BPMN from the lead author of the
BPMN Specifications, Stephen A. White, at:
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