Processes can be modeled at different levels of abstraction. The decision of what amount of detail to show depends on the audience. A private process typically contains a much greater level of detail and reflects all of the information needed for someone internal to the organization to understand and follow the process. In contrast, a public process will usually contain much less detail than a private process and focuses on showing only the activities and portions of the process that are relevant to other participants in the process.
posted @ Sunday, March 10, 2013 10:31 PM by Chris Adams