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The role of decision modeling in requirements specification

This quarter we are focusing the BDM topic here at BPM Institute on decision modeling. This is a rapidly emerging space as a new standard, the Decision Model and Notation standard from the OMG, is being finalized while decision modeling has been proposed as a technique for the new Business Analyst...read more
Authored by: James Taylor |  Originally published on January 28 2014 | 0 total posts

Best Practices for Requirements Gathering

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....read more
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couple of thoughts... adding business value to the requirement description itself improves the quality of requirement and allows the business to prioritize the requirement much more effectively...read more
Authored by:   |  Originally published on April 26 2010 | 2 total posts

Have you worked on Business Rules/Business Decision Projects using Agile?

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...read more
Authored by: Larry Goldberg |  Originally published on November 2 2009 | 0 total posts

What should be the relationship between business process management and business decision management?

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?read more
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As we know the business processes we automate can have different characteristics: User centric, system centric, case management, ad-hoc, and also rules based. Just like writing code, process maps...read more
Authored by: Tom Dwyer |  Originally published on October 29 2009 | 3 total posts

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