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Tutorial Workshop at BBC: Business Analysis and Architecture with Decision Modeling

November 2, 2015 BBC2015 I am giving a workshop tutorial at BBC 2015 on Business Analysis and Architecture with Decision Modeling Monday November 2, 1:30pm: The proven technique of decision modeling is fast becoming the go-to approach for extending business architectures and system requirements to include business decisions. Modeling business decisions as peers to business processes […]

TDWI Executive Summit: Moving to Real-Time Analytic Decision Making with Decision Management

I am speaking on Moving to Real-Time Analytic Decision Making with Decision Management at the TDWI Executive Summit in Boston, July 21-23

The right time to make decisions for organizations is increasingly real time. Customers want responses in real time; supply chains must adapt to disruption in real time; fraud must be caught before it gets into the system while self-service and Web applications can’t wait for human intervention. At the same time, organizations have discovered the value of analytic, data-driven decisions. The challenge is to reconcile these demands—to provide real-time, analytic decision making.

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The role of decisions in intelligent processes

Wrapping up, the key to intelligent processes is treating decisions as peers. Decisions may require a human but an intelligent process will automate those that can be automated. Even when a decision cannot be completely automated an intelligent process will load share between automated components and users. Even when a case exceeds the ability of the system […]

What is an intelligent process?

So what is an Intelligent Process? An intelligent process is a dynamic, flexible and transparent process focused squarely on the consumer that continually improves and adapts. This has several elements: Customer Centric Putting the consumer at the heart of a process is central to making it more intelligent. This requires more flexibility and a focus […]

The Need For Decision-Centric Intelligent Processes

For all the undoubted benefits of a process approach, many of the processes being modeled and implemented by organizations are not very “intelligent.” Many processes are mechanical and repetitive, often relying too much on human decision-makers. They are internally focused, driven by the organization’s own view of its transactions and structure. Relying on these processes […]

White Paper of the Week: Decision-Centric, Intelligent Processes

I recently finished a new white paper Decision-Centric, Intelligent Processes. This was sponsored by Blueriq (formerly Aquima) and is available on their site here. Organizations, both commercial and governmental, are increasingly focused on their business processes. By modeling, implementing and managing business processes these organizations improve control, reduce costs and increase efficiency. Yet for all […]

Some common misconceptions on automating decisions

Regular readers of my blog (as well as those who hear me speak and our Decision Management clients) know that I talk alot about automating decisions. Really, a lot. The evidence that taking control of decisions, specifically operational decisions, and developing Decision Management Systems to automate and manage those decisions drives improved organizational effectiveness is […]

White Paper of the Week- Beyond Business Agility

A new week and another new white paper. This week it is Beyond Business Agility: Becoming Adaptive and Analytic Business rules are a powerful tool for developing agile systems. Moving forward, becoming analytic and adaptive as well as agile will be a source of competitive advantage. This white paper is based on my keynote from the Building […]

@TDWI Executive Summit: Moving to Real-Time Analytic Decision Making with Decision Management

I am speaking at the TDWI Executive Summit  in San Diego, August19th at 11:15am on Moving to Real-Time Analytic Decision Making with Decision Management For organizations today, the right time to make a decision is increasingly in real time. Customers want responses in real time, supply chains must adapt to disruption in real time, and fraud must […]

Decision Management Cases: Agility and Adaptability in Insurance, Travel & Healthcare

Here are the slides for my session at IBM IMPACT today Decision Management Cases: Agility and Adaptability from James Taylor Hope you enjoyed the posts from IMPACT. Don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter if you aren’t already and contact us if you need any help with Decision Management.