Business Rules and Decisioning Masterclass
Venue: Residenza di Ripetta
|Event Date/Time: May 27, 2010||End Date/Time: May 28, 2010|
Decisions are day-to-day, minute-to-minute decisions in running the Business. Generally, the decisions are made within some Business process, which might or might not be formally organized by a model. The important thing about these operational decisions is that they are highly repetitive - they might be taking place hundreds or thousands of times per day, per hour, or even per minute. They are predictable and fairly well structured in terms of the kinds of outcomes they produce. You want such decisions to be consistent and traceable across platforms, channels and organizational units.
Business Rules are the criteria for making these decisions. Business Rules should be treated as a first-class requirement so they can be validated, managed and changed as easily and as quickly as possible. For that, you need to know how to express Business Rules, and organize them into decision tables wherever possible.
This seminar gives you the essential insights you need to achieve order-of-magnitude improvements in your company's capacity to manage decisions. The result is simpler, smarter process models and a huge boost in Business agility. Learn applied techniques from the recognized world leader in the field.
â€¢ Conduct smarter, more effective Business analysis
â€¢ Identify and analyze decisions in Business processes
â€¢ Capture Business Rules
â€¢ Write clear, Business-friendly rule statements
â€¢ Create robust decision tables
â€¢ Identify anomalies in decision logic and correct them early
â€¢ Perform concept analysis and develop a structured Business vocabulary
â€¢ Develop a pragmatic Rule Management approach
All delegates will receive a free copy of Ron Ross's book â€œBusiness Rule Conceptsâ€ (3rd Ed.), 2009.
He is recognized internationally as the "father of Business Rules." He is active in seminars, consulting services, publications, and methodology. He serves as Executive Editor of www.BRCommunity.com and its flagship publication, Business Rules Journal, and as Chair of the Business Rule Forum conference. He is a sought-after speaker at events world-wide. Mr. Ross is the author of eight professional books, including â€œPrinciples of the Business Rule Approachâ€, Addison-Wesley (2003) and â€œBusiness Rule Conceptsâ€ (2009). He has a Masters in information science and over 35 years experience in the industry.