BBC 2016: Decision Modeling with DMN Tutorial

Decision modeling is fast becoming a must know technique for business analysts and business architects and this BBC 2016 Tutorial, Decision Modeling with DMN, is a quick and efficient way to get started with this important technique.

Graphical decision models based on the Decision Model and Notation (DMN) standard are easy to create and easy to communicate. The business focused decision structure provides needed clarity and facilitates collaboration  and conflict resolution across business, IT and analytics teams. Flexible enough to keep up with today’s rapidly changing requirements, decision modeling helps stakeholders focus on the real needs of their organization.

Decision modeling supports a wide range of use cases – providing a business oriented structure for business rules analysis, simplifying and streamlining business processes, focusing BI and analytic projects on business problems and more. The adoption of the DMN standard by the Object Management Group and the inclusion of decision modeling in the IIBA BABOK® demonstrate the increasing criticality of this powerful approach.

This tutorial taught by leading expert James Taylor introduces decision modeling using the DMN standard. It shows how decision models can be built rapidly and iteratively to improve the communication of requirements, clarify the decision-making required and deliver decision-making excellence.

Decision Modeling with DMN Tutorial
BBC 2016 – Las Vegas
Monday, October 31, 2016
1:30 – 4:30 pm