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.
Learn how TDM Enables your Organisation to Manage Business Logic
Understand, from case studies, how organisations can avoid the pitfalls of and move beyond the benefits offered by traditional business rules approaches. Experience the power of business decisions – a much more compelling discipline through which organisations can master their business logic.
Specifically we will demonstrate how:
- to use TDM to analyse and model business decisions as a scalable, coordinated structure of cooperating business rules with explicit dependencies and precise meaning.
- to test and evolve the business logic.
- decisions lead to superior integration of business logic with business process and goals which leads to decisions that can monitor their own effectiveness.
- TDM can deliver business agility and scalable, rigorous, enterprise decision management in a manner business rules alone cannot.
Join us as our three experienced guest speakers discuss how to implement business rules and decision services using The Decision Model.
- Date: Wednesday 9th July 2014
- Time: 8.30am – 1pm including registration and a networking lunch
- Location: BiZZdesign UK, Portland House, Bressenden Place, London, SW1E 5RS
Register now for this free TDM workshop click here
08:30 – 09:00 Registration & Coffee
09:00 – 09:45 An Introduction to Decision Management and The Decision Model
This presentation will outline why Decision Management is a critical capability that enables organisations to rapidly respond to business risks and to take advantage of business opportunities by making transparent and optimizing the thousands of operational decisions made by their business every day. An introduction to The Decision Model (TDM) will be given showing how TDM enables Decision Management. Sample applications of Decision Management in a number of sectors will be outlined including the business benefits achieved.
09:45 – 10:15 A Detailed Introduction to a Decision Model
In this section we shall use specialist software to illustrate the principles of TDM via a live exploration of a real Decision Model. The authors of the model will focus on the structure of decision models and how these address the challenges of: making business logic transparent; allowing it to scale while maintaining its integrity and precision and facilitating rapid and accurate change.
10:15 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 10:50 Some problems with Existing Approaches to Rules Management
This presentation, based on over 15 years’ experience in managing business rules projects, will outline some of the pitfalls and shortcomings of existing approaches to Rules Management from both business and IT perspectives. The presentation will show, using examples from real projects: why traditional business rules management alone is not sufficient, what risks a BRM project faces and how these can be addressed using Decision Management and business rules.
10:50 – 11:30 Live demonstration of a Decision Model Case Study
This presentation will contain a thorough examination of a decision model case study. We will: demonstrate how the decision model integrates business logic into your company’s business process and its technical architecture; depict how decision models can be used to define and monitor the ongoing business effectiveness of decisions; show specifically how decision models overcome the weaknesses of business rules approaches and describe how decision modelling can assist with prototyping, testing, reviewing and sharing business logic. Furthermore we will outline the challenges we have faced in real projects and how they were resolved using The Decision Model.
11:30 – 11:35 The Future for TDM
We will give an outline of the future for TDM and a roadmap for the Architect Decision Modeler software.
11:35 – 11:50 Questions/Answers
The presenters will be available to discuss the specifics of their presentations, decision models and experiences of decision management.
11:50 -12:00 Next Steps
How can you benenfit from TDM? What is the best means to adopt this approach?