operational decision

What the Future Holds for Decision Optimization

A Guest Post by Neill Crossley, ACIB James, thank you for the opportunity to guest blog in your series on Decision Optimization. First to introduce myself….. I’m a veteran of 35 years in Retail Financial Services, 25 of which working in Decision Management, the last 17 focused on Decision Optimization, I currently work as a […]

New Analytic Approaches in Decision Optimization

There’s a lot you can do right now to optimize your decisions. You can model your decision-making to understand it better, experiment to gather data about what works and for whom. You can engage in continuous improvement, making small changes regularly. And you can optimize your decisions mathematically. But what will you be able to […]

International Institute for Analytics 2019 Predictions – Some Thoughts

Several of this year’s International Institute for Analytics predictions point towards a DecisionsFirst decision management approach.

Decision Modeling and IBM Operational Decision Manager

IBM yesterday announced that Operational Decision Manager v8.10 (ODM – IBM’s Business Rules Management System) will be available in December and will support decision modeling. This is great news as it will bring the Decision Composer functionality IBM has been developing into the main business user interface for ODM, Decision Center. We’re big fans of decision […]

Aragon Research: Decision Management Platforms

Jim Sinur of Aragon Research just released a new report: Decision Management Platforms Sharpen Decision Outcomes for Enterprises An organization’s ability to execute superior decisions will be a huge differentiator in today’s ever-changing business environment. Currently, enterprises are faced with the challenge of making faster decisions, despite the limited skill base to assist more frequent […]

Aragon Research introduces a Decision Management Framework

Jim Sinur of Aragon Research just published The Decision Management Framework Delivers Better Decisions (subscription required): This research note defines the Decision Management Framework (DMF) so that business and IT leaders will be more equipped to make beneficial decisions for their organizations. The DMF can be applied to a wide range of business scenarios. It […]