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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.

Marketing Decision Management: Critical Elements in a Solution

As we start the series let’s begin with a set of what I consider to be critical elements in a Marketing Decision Management solution. These are not a complete set of everything a solution might do but a set of critical elements from my (decision management) perspective. A suitable marketing solution is: Multi-channel, supporting inbound […]

My work at the International Institute for Analytics

I am a faculty member for the International Institute for Analytics and recently published two new briefs on how to use decision requirements modeling in the successful application of analytics, especially (but not solely) more advanced analytics such as data mining or predictive analytics. Decision Discovery for a Major Business Function This outlines how an organization […]

Live Event: IBM Champion’s Corner Talk on modeling decisions

I am giving an IBM Champion’s Corner Talk on how to model decisions to maximize the value of business rules with reference to a forthcoming standard at this year’s IBM IMPACT event. I will be speaking at 1pm on Tuesday and you can find the IBM Champion’s Corner Talk in the Client Reference Lounge in the […]

Decision Management and Analytics 3.0

Syndicated from my blog on the International Institute for Analytics Site IIA is talking about analytics entering a new era, Analytics 3.0, The Era of Impact. What is Analytics 3.0? According to IIA, Analytics 3.0 marks the stage of maturity where leading organizations realize measurable business impact from the combination of traditional analytics and big data. High-performing companies […]

Become high performing – use Decision Management to deliver real-time predictive analytics

A recent Gartner group announcement said something that caught my eye Seventy percent of high-performing companies will manage their business processes using real-time predictive analytics or extreme collaboration by 2016, according to Gartner, Inc. “It has been technically possible to implement real-time analytics in transactional and record-keeping operational applications for decades. However, few business processes […]

Silverlink – an update

Several years ago I did some work with Silverlink – speaking at a series of roadshows for their product – and I got an update recently. Silverlink focuses on helping healthcare organizations engage their members more effectively with personalized, multi-channel outreach. Silverlink works with health plans and pharmacy benefit managers to get their members to […]

Why Enterprise Architects Want Decision Management

Enterprise Architects partner with the business to help them take full advantage of the technologies that their organizations are using, or should be using. They map technologies to the business requirements, ensure that technologies are applied cost-effectively and for maximum business benefit. Why do Enterprise Architects want Decision Management? Many Enterprise Architects are chartered with […]

Why Business Analysts Want Decision Management

The purpose of business analysis is to accurately describe the requirements for an information system (more or less). Business Analysts use a variety of techniques to do this. They use techniques designed to help them find out what is required, to elicit the requirements, and they use techniques to describe and model those requirements in […]

Analytics and ending the tyranny of the anecdotal

I was chatting with our VP of business development today and she shared a great phrase that she had heard recently – “the tyranny of the anecdotal.” This refers, of course, to the terrible tendency of people to use anecdotes and stories to make decisions. The regrettable tendency for a doctor to ignore data about […]