Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 21st June 2016 |
Earlier this month I started a series on decision modeling for Rules Architects by describing how a decision model in DecisionsFirst Modeler engages the business and extends traceability and impact analysis. Wrapping up this week I’m going to talk about the importance of agile development and how traditional rules approaches force a waterfall approach.
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 1st June 2015 |
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 […]
Posted By: Meri Gruber | Posted On: 29th October 2014 |
The MicroGuide to Process and Decision Modeling in BPMN/DMN: Building More Effective Processes by Integrating Process Modeling with Decision Modeling BPMN expert Tom Debevoise and DMN expert and Decision Management Solutions CEO James Taylor have just published a new book on BPMN and DMN, the third edition of the popular MicroGuide to BPMN. Decision Model and […]
Posted By: Meri Gruber | Posted On: 7th July 2014 |
The Agile Development movement is in search of a reliable mechanism for scaling successful agile projects into larger enterprise-wide implementations. A key challenge involves stitching together all applicable ‘stories’ into a logical big picture that can drive enterprise project management, architecture alignment, change management, impact analysis and operations. Current story-aggregation mechanisms like ‘epics’ or functional […]
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.
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 27th March 2014 |
Please describe your current role and title
DecisionViz is a management consultant that helps companies build leadership in the processes, people, and culture around data visualization. We work with senior management to elevate visualization from the activity of reporting and making charts to being integrated with their daily decision-making. I founded the company in 2012.
What’s your background, how did you come to be working in analytics
Our story I think is like many in the analytics field. It’s been more of an evolution and the company has been almost 20 years in the making.
I was very involved with the Internet before most people heard about the Internet. So we were dealing with how to capture and measure all this new data. I’ve always been on the lookout for how to make that a lot less painful. Most of the work was in financi
A live demonstration of DecisionsFirst Modeler, a collaborative cloud-based environment for decision modeling, will show how the Decision Model and Notation standard works. In addition, you’ll see how teams can collaborate on these models, how they can link to implementations like business rules, manage automation choices and ensure traceability.
bpmNEXT runs March 25-27 and you can get more details on bpmNEXT here.
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 17th February 2014 |
After our successful webinar last week I wanted to highlight the various resources for those using Decision Management and Business Rules to develop compliant systems. Compliance, and the need to automate compliance across multiple processes and systems, drives many organizations to adopt business rules and Business Rules Management Systems. Combining this technology with a Decision Management approach (and with Decision Modeling) helps build compliance into every process, every system and meet 5 key challenges in compliance.
Posted By: Meri Gruber | Posted On: 13th February 2014 |
Compliance, and the need to automate compliance across multiple processes and systems, drives many organizations to adopt business rules and Business Rules Management Systems. Combining this technology with a Decision Management approach (and with Decision Modeling) helps build compliance into every process, every system and meet 5 key challenges in compliance. Compliance, and building rules-based systems to manage […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 13th November 2013 |
The old way: Business rules projects begin by analyzing all the business rules in a business area. A set of techniques are applied to identify common terms across the whole business and to document every rule. A big book of rules is created that defines the rules for the business, generally in a defined syntax […]