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OMG Includes Decision Modeling in New BPM Exam

The Object Management Group® (OMG®) announced last week that is has updated the Business Intermediate Level in the OMG Certified Expert in BPM 2 (OCEB 2) certification program to include a section on Decision Modeling. The decision modeling section is based on OMG’s new Decision Model and Notation specification (Decision Management Solutions is a co-submitter […]

Presentation: Improve Your Process Models by Modeling Decisions

In case you missed it, the presentation from our recent IIBA webinar is now posted to slideshare. Improve your Process Models by Modeling Decisions from Decision Management Solutions Webinar recordings are available on the IIBA website. Description: Business analysts know that modeling business processes, rather than writing about them, defines them more accurately. Business process […]

Presentation and Webcast: Getting Started with Decision Discovery

The path to a better bottom line is paved by large numbers of operational decisions made by people, by processes and by software applications. Systematically improving each operational decision – at scale – is at the core of Decision Management. Business Architects and Analysts identify, describe and model operational decisions in Decision Discovery. In our […]

Decision Model and Notation officially adopted

Well it’s official – the Object Management Group’s Board of Directors has voted to publish the Decision Model and Notation (DMN) specification. You can see the press release here. Decision Management Solutions is excited to be a submitter for this new standard. As I say in the press release:

“Decision modeling is transforming how organizations adopt powerful technologies such as business rules and advanced analytics to automate and improve their decision-making. The Decision Model and Notation (DMN) standard provides an open and effective specification for this emerging practice. Decision Management Solutions is committed to supporting and using DMN and we’re delighted that the standard has been adopted and garnered broad support among OMG members.”

If you are interested in this standard and how it can complement proce

A Decision Model and Notation update – it’s submitted!

Well all our hard work has paid off and we submitted a proposed standard to the Object Management Group on Decision Model and Notation. This standard is intended to provide a standard business-friendly notation that can be used for initial decision requirements, for detailed decision models, and even to manage technical implementation of decisions in […]