Business Process Modeling 1. Business process modeling is the activity of creating a detailed flowchart or process map of a work process showing its inputs, ______, and activities. a. goals b. tasks c. ideas d. apples 2. As-is process models represent the current state of the operation that has been ______, without any specific improvements or changes to existing problems. a. dropped b. watched c. re-engineered d. mapped 3. To-be process models show the results of applying ______ improvement opportunities to the current process model. a. change b. smart c. less effective d. stupid Fawaz Al Obaid Jonathan Cyr Ryan Hannabass Daniel McDavid David Rouch Thank you, Jillian, for your help!