Join Lux Magi and business partner, Trisotech, to discover how Decision Management addresses the key risks of regulatory compliance. This webinar outlined the practical difficulties of supporting mandatory regulatory compliance in finance IT systems and described how a key technique of Business Decision Management—Decision Modelling—can overcome these challenges. The benefits of using the Decision Model and Notation (DMN) were also presented. (more…)
Join us for this live presentation in picturesque Dublin to learn about the best practices and traps of integrating business processes with business decisions.
Why should organizations model their business decisions? What are the benefits of using DMN and BPMN to capture and define the logic of your business decisions and analytics within the context of a business process? How should you best split business concerns between the process and decisions and what are the pitfalls of interfacing the two? We will discuss all of these points.
This live presentation will examine how process and decisions work together and walk through real BPMN and DMN models from financial compliance explaining how process and decisions have been integrated in projects. Learn proven best practices for overcoming key business challenges: including overly complex rules, improving ROI of expensive processes and agile migration to automated decision services.
I’m very pleased to announce my collaboration with James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, on a definitive guide to Decision Modeling with the Object Management Group’s Decision Model and Notation (DMN) standard. Our book, “Real-World Decision Modeling with DMN”, will be published by Meghan-Kiffer Press in Q4-2016.
James has a vast experience of Decision Modeling and is a prominent member of the Object Management Group (OMG) panel that designed the DMN standard. He practically invented the term Decision Management. Like us, he has been applying Decision Modeling techniques to help companies master and improve their Business Decisions since the first standards emerged over five years ago. James is an insightful, shrewd and accomplished man and working with him is a real pleasure. We both aim to enrich the book with our practical experience of using DMN on large projects.
This comprehensive book will provide a complete explanation of the Decision Modeling technique, the DMN standard and of the business benefits of using it. Full of examples and best practices developed on real projects, it will help new decision modelers to quickly get up to speed while also providing crucial patterns and advice for more those with more experience.
This book has been published since this article was written. Find out more details about the release.
We cordially invite you to join us in Amersfoort, the Netherlands, for a workshop on how Decision Modeling can optimise your organisation’s management of its most fundamental and valuable asset: the business logic that controls the thousands of automated business decisions it makes every day. We will present case studies, based on real projects, that demonstrate the practical benefits of applying TDM and DMN to the management of business logic at an enterprise scale.
Click here now to find our more details and register for this free workshop in Amersfoort on Wednesday 28th January 2015 from 9am to 4pm. During this workshop you: will learn how The Decision Model (TDM), fortified by elements of the DMN, can be used to structure, manage and optimise your business logic; experience a walk-through of a real decision model and understand the benefits decision management brings at the enterprise scale. (more…)
You are invited to a free morning workshop, on February 25th 2015, in London, to experience how The Decision Model (TDM) and the Decision Model and Notation (DMN) can assist your company in managing one of its most fundamental and valuable assets: the business logic that controls the thousands of automated decisions your company makes every week (or even every day).
In this ‘hands-on’, practitioner-led workshop you will learn — by exploring and manipulating real decision models — how organisations can effectively articulate, communicate, change and control their business logic and the powerful opportunities this provides in eliminating inconsistencies in business policies and quickly changing them to exploit new business opportunities. You will understand how decisions lead to superior integration of business logic with business process. Taken together these allow TDM to deliver business agility and scalable, rigorous, enterprise decision management in a manner business rules alone cannot. (more…)
Invitation: A Practical Guide to Mastering your Organisation’s Business Logic Using the Decision Model
We cordially invite you to join us in London for a workshop on how The Decision Model (TDM) can optimise your organisation’s management of its most fundamental and valuable asset: the business logic that controls the thousands of automated business decisions it makes every day. We will present case studies that demonstrate the practical benefits of applying TDM to the management of business logic at an enterprise scale. Three practitioners will discuss key challenges of applying decision management and TDM and how to overcome them.
Click here now to register for this free workshop in London on Wednesday 9th July 2014 from 9am to 1pm. During this workshop you: will learn how The Decision Model (TDM) can be used to structure, manage and optimise your business logic; see an example decision model and understand the benefits decision management brings above and beyond existing business rules management techniques. You can find out more about the workshop here.