To develop hands-on understanding of the concepts by constructing diagrams with correct symbols to represent the targeted entities


This assessment focuses on applying the concepts covered in Session 2 by constructing workflow diagrams based on The Lincoln Company case study provided below. The goal is to enable students to interpret and visually represent a business scenario using appropriate graphical elements. The assessment objectives are as follows:

  1. Explain the necessity of workflow diagrams in business environments.
  2. Develop practical skills by constructing diagrams using accurate symbols to depict targeted entities.


The purpose of this assessment task is to:

  • Analyze and quantify significant issues in the evolving business landscape, reflecting critically on Business Process Engineering`s response to achieve positive outcomes in dynamic settings.
  • Explore the relationships among actors, workflows, and objects within a business process.
  • Investigate a business process using Event Controlled Process Chains and Business Process Modelling Notation.

Assessment Case Study: Lincoln Company

[Description of the Lincoln Company scenario remains unchanged.]

Part A: Workflow Diagrams

Individually create a user-level workflow diagram and a combined workflow diagram based on the provided case scenario, utilizing the specified diagrammatic representation. Ensure your diagrams are well-organized and incorporate the elements discussed in Session 2 accurately. You may use any tool to create the diagrams, but they must be submitted in PDF format.

Part B: Self-Reflection

Compose a two-page, 500-word self-reflection outlining how you achieved the unit learning outcomes through this assessment and reflecting on the significance of constructing workflow diagrams, particularly within an ERP environment. Focus on your performance and understanding of specific outcomes related to workflow diagrams. Use the assessment rubric as a guide for your self-assessment.