Hello BDM/Rules Group members,
Once again, we are thrilled to offer a limited number of complimentary Workshop passes to members of this group!
Held as part of BrainStorm San Francisco (Hilton San Francisco Union Square), you may choose one complimentary Workshop from the following:
June 27: * Advanced Technologies For Process Discovery, Design And Management
June 28: * Achieve Success with BPM: How to Break Through the Barriers to BPM
The April issue of the BDM Bulletin addresses Best Practices for Requirements Gathering. Larry Goldberg and Barbara von Halle from Knowledge Partners, Inc. offer up a six step process. Share your tips. What methodologies or best practices do you currently use?
Read the article here: http://www.bpminstitute.org/articles/article/article/six-simple-steps-fo...
A recent message on one of the linkedin group discussion led to a healthy discussion about the use of Agile in Business Rule projects. Our own experience is that the Decision Model approach to business rules leads to opportunities for Agile development. It allows modeling just ahead of development, and can be done in appropriate iterations yet assure completeness. Anyone care to share their own experience in using business rules in an Agile environment?
Should business decisions be defined only in the context of business processes? Is there an approach to business decision management that results in business processes that run faster and produce higher quality outputs?