Resources in Business Decision Management (BDM) / Business Rules (BR)

The BDM topical home page serves Practitioners with an interest in successful BDM approaches and how they complement BPM. This Business Decision Management section offers great variety in Business Process Management-Business Decision Management expertise, technology, and opinions. Like multiple generations peacefully co-existing, there are no biases, no judgments, no wrong answers. Instead, we share every tip, technique, opinion, and approach that really works.

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Business Rules in the Process Age

Barriers to success: Decision Management

Evolving the Decision Model with Views

What is an Enterprise Business Rule Repository? DO I Need One?

As business decision and rule management initiatives grow and become more complex, there is growing consensus among practitioners and thought leaders about the importance of the rule repository in developing a scalable, sustainable business rule management capability. This session will provide an overview of business rule repositories and identify the three “must have” capabilities for supporting an enterprise approach to documenting, analyzing and managing business rules.

Track Chair Keynote: BDM - Beyond Business Rules

We define Business Decision Management (BDM) and show its relationship to Business Rules, Business Process Management (BPM) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). We demonstrate the how BDM ties Business Rules to BPM and SOA, and how it can significantly enhance the business capability of these technologies. Finally we look at what it takes to implement BDM in terms of skills, technology, and methodology, and how to get started toward success.

Increasing Business Analysis Maturity for Rules-Driven Business Process Management

With organizations giving high priority to maturing their business analysts' skills, it is necessary to reflect on the effectiveness of today's business analysis best practices when adopting Rules-Driven Business Process Management. Understanding how the adoption of business rules and BPM impact the business analyst role is critical to achieving the reduce cost and increased business agility promised by rules and BPM vendors.

Case Study: At Ernst & Young: Better! Faster! Cheaper! Automating The Center Of Excellence With Rule Technology

This case study describes my experience with using BPM and BDM to automate complex regulations and enterprise policies across a large global enterprise.  After gathering requirements from across the globe, we selected a BPM vendor and hired their best consultants to ensure good results. However, life is not that easy. A portion of the application was implemented with a business rules front end, which worked very well, the rest had gaps. We lacked the ability to present complex rules in a format that the business and IT understood. We implemented BDM during a major upg

What Is Scope (And How Do You Know When You Have It)?

“Everybody knows” that clear definition and management of scope is critical to successful project execution. But below casual beliefs that “everybody knows what scope is” you will find there is surprisingly (and dangerously) little consensus or clarity around exactly what it consists of. What exactly are its elements? How do you know when you have it? How is it documented? What role do business processes play? This presentation provides hard won answers to these questions.

It's Time: Ditch your Business Rules

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