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Working with Business Rules: Capture, Specification, Analysis & Management

Location: Online Seminar Overview Do your business processes always produce correct and consistent results? If not the problem probably lies with your business rules and decision logic. Business Analysts need the right techniques to fix these problems – process models, use cases, data models and other requirement techniques just aren’t right for the job. This hands-on series will equip you with proven techniques for success. More info: http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-business-rule-analysis-masterclass.php Register for full series!

Session 1. The why, what and who of business rules

Next Session: October 1, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Why business rules
  • What benefits you can achieve
  • What business rules are, and are not
  • Business rules vs. business processes
  • Kinds of business rules: definitional vs. behavioral
  • How the business should react to violations
  • Business rules and decisions
  • What skills you need to capture business rules effectively
  • What you need to know
Register Session!

Session 2. Eight steps to find and capture business rules

Next Session:October 1, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Capturing business rules from people’s heads
  • Capturing business rules from great big documents
  • Using facilitated sessions
  • Step-by-step approach
  • What about reverse-engineering business rules from code
  • Do’s and don’ts
Register Session!

Session 3. Eight steps to express clear business rules

Next Session: October 2, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Business policies vs. practicable guidance vs. automated rules
  • The role of business vocabulary
  • Step-by-step approach
  • Clarity and completeness
  • Eliminating ambiguity
  • Addressing exceptions
  • Guidelines
  • What to avoid and why
Register Session!

Session 4. How to analyze and communicate business rules

Next Session: October 2, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Basic principles for rule analysis
  • Rule quality
  • Handling conflicts
  • Developing business reactions to violations
  • Simplification – When, why and for whom
  • How to validate business rules with business people and SMEs
  • Verification – Examples
Register Session!

Session 5. Eight steps to set-up decision tables

Next Session: October 3, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • When to use decision tables
  • How to set up decision tables
  • Decision tables and business process models
  • What your decision tables should not do
  • Decision tables and business vocabulary
  • Best practices
  • Alternative formats
  • Completeness, subsumption and conflicts
Register Session!

Session 6. Ten steps to start or refine your business rules projects

Next Session: October 3, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Business rules and requirements
  • Properties of business rules
  • Traceability of business rules
  • Retaining corporate memory
  • Managing the life cycle of business rules
  • Business rule management – examples
  • Business rules and rule engines – implementation examples
  • How to get started
Register Session!

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IRM-UK: (2-Day Seminar) Business Rules and Decision Analysis Masterclass

Location: London, England Overview Do your processes always produce correct and consistent results? If not the problem probably lies with your business rules and decision logic. Business Analysts need the right techniques to fix these problems – process models, use cases, data models and other requirement techniques just don’t do the job. Business Rules are criteria used to judge the correctness of business behavior and to make operational business decisions. Many Business Analysts have not been exposed to the well-formed, in-depth body of best practices and standards developed over the past decade for this area. These techniques have proven invaluable in developing better business requirements. This seminar explains how business rules can be expressed, analyzed, validated, and managed as easily and as quickly as possible. Decisions are choices made in day-to-day business operations. Such decisions 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 well-structured in terms of the outcomes they produce. New, highly pragmatic techniques have emerged in just the past several years for top-down decision analysis. The results are ultimately organized into decision tables, a set of technique all Business Analysts should know. This hands-on workshop gives you essential tools that can help you achieve order-of-magnitude improvements in business capabilities. 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. Learning Objectives * Conduct smarter, more effective business analysis * Identify and analyze decisions in business processes * Use the most effective techniques to harvest business rules * Write clear, business-friendly rule statements * Create robust decision tables * Validate business rules and decision logic with business people * Identify anomalies and correct them early * Perform concept analysis * Develop a structured business vocabulary (fact model) * Develop pragmatic visualizations * Establish comprehensive traceability for your business rules * Develop a pragmatic rule management approach More information: http://www.irmuk.co.uk/events/75.cfm

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AttainingEdge: Business Analysis with Business Rules: From Strategy to Requirements

Location: Online Seminar Overview This highly pragmatic series shows you how to achieve unparalleled success in business analysis. It details the innovative techniques you need for a business-driven approach, and how to apply each for dramatic improvements in the quality of business requirements. Find out how you can achieve simpler, smarter process models, and a huge boost in business agility. The innovative approach taught in this seminar has proven itself time and time again in achieving true business solutions. It enables you to transition smoothly into system requirements and design, and then into successful roll-out of a complete and highly effective business system. Register Full Series! More info: http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-business-analysis-with-business-rules.php

Session 1. Introduction to Business Analysis with Business Rules

Next Session: October 29, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • What it means to be business-driven
  • The role of business rules
  • The importance of factoring
  • The importance of audience
  • The art of business re-think
  • Business model vs. system model
  • Steps: developing the business model
  • About the pattern questions for capturing business rules
  • Ensuring complete business alignment

Session 2. Creating a Strategy for the Business Solution

Next Session: October 29, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • How strategy is structured
  • Steps: developing the Policy Charter
  • Identifying and addressing business risks
  • Where business policies and business rules fit
  • Developing and refining the business tactics and business policies
  • Looking for holes in the business solution
  • Getting ready for modeling business processes
  • General pattern questions for harvesting business rules
  • Completion checklist for the Policy Charter

Session 3. Creating Business Process Models and Harvesting the Business Rules

Next Session: October 30, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • What is business process from a business perspective
  • Developing business process models with business rules
  • Behavioral rules vs. decision rules
  • Where operational business decisions fit
  • How to avoid gridlock, meltdown and other pitfalls
  • How to handle special scenarios
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from business process models
  • Steps: developing the process model
  • Completion checklist for business process models

Session 4. Creating a Business Vocabulary and Harvesting the Business Rules

Next Session: October 30, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • Concept analysis: How to figure out what terms really mean
  • Guidelines for definitions — do’s and don’ts
  • The concept model: Developing a structured business vocabulary
  • Visualization
  • What to avoid
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from the concept model
  • Steps: developing the concept model
  • Completion checklist for the concept model

Session 5. Completing the Business Model: Business Milestones, More Business Rules, Metrics and Rule Management

Next Session: October 31, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Developing business milestones: State transition from the business perspective
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from business milestone models
  • Steps: developing the business milestones
  • Completion checklist for business milestones
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules for locations, links, roles and work products
  • Developing violation responses for behavioral rules
  • Completing the business model
  • Metrics, policy performance and performance indicators

Session 6. Creating Business Requirements from the Business Model

Next Session: October 31, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • Using the business model to develop the system model
  • Steps: developing the system model
  • What the system design must support: ability statements
  • Developing ability statements
  • Business rule management
  • Business alignment – proven results

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Business Rule Analysis: Practitioner MasterClass Series

Location: Online Seminar Overview Do your business processes always produce correct and consistent results? If not the problem probably lies with your business rules and decision logic. Business Analysts need the right techniques to fix these problems – process models, use cases, data models and other requirement techniques just aren’t right for the job. This hands-on series will equip you with proven techniques for success. More info: http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-business-rule-analysis-masterclass.php Register for full series!

Session 1. The why, what and who of business rules

Next Session: October 1, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Why business rules
  • What benefits you can achieve
  • What business rules are, and are not
  • Business rules vs. business processes
  • Kinds of business rules: definitional vs. behavioral
  • How the business should react to violations
  • Business rules and decisions
  • What skills you need to capture business rules effectively
  • What you need to know
Register Session!

Session 2. Eight steps to find and capture business rules

Next Session:October 1, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Capturing business rules from people’s heads
  • Capturing business rules from great big documents
  • Using facilitated sessions
  • Step-by-step approach
  • What about reverse-engineering business rules from code
  • Do’s and don’ts
Register Session!

Session 3. Eight steps to express clear business rules

Next Session: October 2, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Business policies vs. practicable guidance vs. automated rules
  • The role of business vocabulary
  • Step-by-step approach
  • Clarity and completeness
  • Eliminating ambiguity
  • Addressing exceptions
  • Guidelines
  • What to avoid and why
Register Session!

Session 4. How to analyze and communicate business rules

Next Session: October 2, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Basic principles for rule analysis
  • Rule quality
  • Handling conflicts
  • Developing business reactions to violations
  • Simplification – When, why and for whom
  • How to validate business rules with business people and SMEs
  • Verification – Examples
Register Session!

Session 5. Eight steps to set-up decision tables

Next Session: October 3, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • When to use decision tables
  • How to set up decision tables
  • Decision tables and business process models
  • What your decision tables should not do
  • Decision tables and business vocabulary
  • Best practices
  • Alternative formats
  • Completeness, subsumption and conflicts
Register Session!

Session 6. Ten steps to start or refine your business rules projects

Next Session: October 3, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Business rules and requirements
  • Properties of business rules
  • Traceability of business rules
  • Retaining corporate memory
  • Managing the life cycle of business rules
  • Business rule management – examples
  • Business rules and rule engines – implementation examples
  • How to get started
Register Session!

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Announcing New Online Interactive Training: Decision Analysis & Decision Tables: All About Modeling Decisions

  Location: Online Interactive Training Why Attend … Working on developing requirements? Wrestling with complex business process models? Harvesting business rules to implement in a rules engine? Many professionals are finding there are big gaps in their current approaches:
  • Their requirements methodology fails to capture and specify decision logic.
  • Their business process models mangle the logic for making decisions.
  • Their decision management platforms support implementation but don’t connect to the business.
This training provides proven, pragmatic solutions. It provides 8 easy steps so you can think clearly before you implement. More info:  http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-decision-analysis-and-decision-tables.php Register for full series!

Session 1. Business-Friendly Decision Analysis

Next Session: November 20, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Why decision analysis
  • What decisions and decision logic are about
  • The elements of decisions
  • Using DecisionSpeak to ask the right questions
  • Diagramming decision structures (Q-Charts)
  • Question, considerations, outcomes, and exceptions (Q-COEs)
  • What kinds of business rules are suited for decision analysis – and which are not
Register Session 1

Session 2. Analyzing Decisions and Developing Decision Structures

Next Session: November 20, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • How to establish and refine scope for decision analysis
  • Identifying exceptions
  • Delineating subdecisions
  • Kinds of decision dependencies
  • Hybrid dependency diagrams
  • Critical success factors for conducting decision analysis

Session 3. Designing Decision Tables

Next Session: November 21, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • How to keep decision tables as simple as possible
  • How to maintain business alignment
  • How to set-up decision tables using TableSpeak
  • When to use which format when
  • Completeness, anomalies and certainty of outcome
  • Vocabulary, integrity (correctness) and validity
  • Pitfalls
  • Best practices

Session 4.Beginning-to-End Decision Analysis

Next Session: November 21, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • 7 steps from initiation to testing
  • Roles and responsibilities for each step
  • What to watch out for in interpreting from sources
  • Sample deliverables
  • How to develop scenarios for testing
  • Complete case studies
  • Implementation: highlighting 3 business rule and decision management platforms

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Announcing New Online Interactive Training: Decision Analysis & Decision Tables: All About Modeling Decisions

Location: Online Interactive Training Why Attend … Working on developing requirements? Wrestling with complex business process models? Harvesting business rules to implement in a rules engine? Many professionals are finding there are big gaps in their current approaches:
  • Their requirements methodology fails to capture and specify decision logic.
  • Their business process models mangle the logic for making decisions.
  • Their decision management platforms support implementation but don’t connect to the business.
This training provides proven, pragmatic solutions. It provides 8 easy steps so you can think clearly before you implement. More info:  http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-decision-analysis-and-decision-tables.php

Continue Reading

AttainingEdge: Business Analysis with Business Rules: From Strategy to Requirements

Location: Online Seminar Overview This highly pragmatic series shows you how to achieve unparalleled success in business analysis. It details the innovative techniques you need for a business-driven approach, and how to apply each for dramatic improvements in the quality of business requirements. Find out how you can achieve simpler, smarter process models, and a huge boost in business agility. The innovative approach taught in this seminar has proven itself time and time again in achieving true business solutions. It enables you to transition smoothly into system requirements and design, and then into successful roll-out of a complete and highly effective business system. Register Full Series More info: http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-business-analysis-with-business-rules.php

Session 1. Introduction to Business Analysis with Business Rules

Next Session: June 4, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • What it means to be business-driven
  • The role of business rules
  • The importance of factoring
  • The importance of audience
  • The art of business re-think
  • Business model vs. system model
  • Steps: developing the business model
  • About the pattern questions for capturing business rules
  • Ensuring complete business alignment
Register Session!

Session 2. Creating a Strategy for the Business Solution

Next Session: June 4, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • How strategy is structured
  • Steps: developing the Policy Charter
  • Identifying and addressing business risks
  • Where business policies and business rules fit
  • Developing and refining the business tactics and business policies
  • Looking for holes in the business solution
  • Getting ready for modeling business processes
  • General pattern questions for harvesting business rules
  • Completion checklist for the Policy Charter
Register Session!

Session 3. Creating Business Process Models and Harvesting the Business Rules

Next Session: June 5, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • What is business process from a business perspective
  • Developing business process models with business rules
  • Behavioral rules vs. decision rules
  • Where operational business decisions fit
  • How to avoid gridlock, meltdown and other pitfalls
  • How to handle special scenarios
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from business process models
  • Steps: developing the process model
  • Completion checklist for business process models
Register Session!

Session 4. Creating a Business Vocabulary and Harvesting the Business Rules

Next Session: June 5, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • Concept analysis: How to figure out what terms really mean
  • Guidelines for definitions — do’s and don’ts
  • The concept model: Developing a structured business vocabulary
  • Visualization
  • What to avoid
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from the concept model
  • Steps: developing the concept model
  • Completion checklist for the concept model
Register Session!

Session 5. Completing the Business Model: Business Milestones, More Business Rules, Metrics and Rule Management

Next Session: June 6, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Developing business milestones: State transition from the business perspective
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from business milestone models
  • Steps: developing the business milestones
  • Completion checklist for business milestones
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules for locations, links, roles and work products
  • Developing violation responses for behavioral rules
  • Completing the business model
  • Metrics, policy performance and performance indicators
Register Session!

Session 6. Creating Business Requirements from the Business Model

Next Session: June, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • Using the business model to develop the system model
  • Steps: developing the system model
  • What the system design must support: ability statements
  • Developing ability statements
  • Business rule management
  • Business alignment – proven results
Register Session!

Continue Reading

Business Rule Analysis: Practitioner MasterClass Series

Location: Online Seminar Overview Do your business processes always produce correct and consistent results? If not the problem probably lies with your business rules and decision logic. Business Analysts need the right techniques to fix these problems – process models, use cases, data models and other requirement techniques just aren’t right for the job. This hands-on series will equip you with proven techniques for success. More info: http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-business-rule-analysis-masterclass.php Register for full series!

Session 1. The why, what and who of business rules

Next Session: April 23, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Why business rules
  • What benefits you can achieve
  • What business rules are, and are not
  • Business rules vs. business processes
  • Kinds of business rules: definitional vs. behavioral
  • How the business should react to violations
  • Business rules and decisions
  • What skills you need to capture business rules effectively
  • What you need to know
Register Session!

Session 2. Eight steps to find and capture business rules

Next Session:April 23, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Capturing business rules from people’s heads
  • Capturing business rules from great big documents
  • Using facilitated sessions
  • Step-by-step approach
  • What about reverse-engineering business rules from code
  • Do’s and don’ts
Register Session!

Session 3. Eight steps to express clear business rules

Next Session: April 24, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Business policies vs. practicable guidance vs. automated rules
  • The role of business vocabulary
  • Step-by-step approach
  • Clarity and completeness
  • Eliminating ambiguity
  • Addressing exceptions
  • Guidelines
  • What to avoid and why
Register Session!

Session 4. How to analyze and communicate business rules

Next Session: April 24, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Basic principles for rule analysis
  • Rule quality
  • Handling conflicts
  • Developing business reactions to violations
  • Simplification – When, why and for whom
  • How to validate business rules with business people and SMEs
  • Verification – Examples
Register Session!

Session 5. Eight steps to set-up decision tables

Next Session: April 25, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • When to use decision tables
  • How to set up decision tables
  • Decision tables and business process models
  • What your decision tables should not do
  • Decision tables and business vocabulary
  • Best practices
  • Alternative formats
  • Completeness, subsumption and conflicts
Register Session!

Session 6. Ten steps to start or refine your business rules projects

Next Session: April 25, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Business rules and requirements
  • Properties of business rules
  • Traceability of business rules
  • Retaining corporate memory
  • Managing the life cycle of business rules
  • Business rule management – examples
  • Business rules and rule engines – implementation examples
  • How to get started
Register Session!

Continue Reading

AttainingEdge: Business Analysis with Business Rules: From Strategy to Requirements

Location: Online Seminar Overview This highly pragmatic series shows you how to achieve unparalleled success in business analysis. It details the innovative techniques you need for a business-driven approach, and how to apply each for dramatic improvements in the quality of business requirements. Find out how you can achieve simpler, smarter process models, and a huge boost in business agility. The innovative approach taught in this seminar has proven itself time and time again in achieving true business solutions. It enables you to transition smoothly into system requirements and design, and then into successful roll-out of a complete and highly effective business system. More info: http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-business-analysis-with-business-rules.php

Session 1. Introduction to Business Analysis with Business Rules

Next Session: March 19, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • What it means to be business-driven
  • The role of business rules
  • The importance of factoring
  • The importance of audience
  • The art of business re-think
  • Business model vs. system model
  • Steps: developing the business model
  • About the pattern questions for capturing business rules
  • Ensuring complete business alignment
Register Session!

Session 2. Creating a Strategy for the Business Solution

Next Session: March 19, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • How strategy is structured
  • Steps: developing the Policy Charter
  • Identifying and addressing business risks
  • Where business policies and business rules fit
  • Developing and refining the business tactics and business policies
  • Looking for holes in the business solution
  • Getting ready for modeling business processes
  • General pattern questions for harvesting business rules
  • Completion checklist for the Policy Charter
Register Session!

Session 3. Creating Business Process Models and Harvesting the Business Rules

Next Session: March 20, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • What is business process from a business perspective
  • Developing business process models with business rules
  • Behavioral rules vs. decision rules
  • Where operational business decisions fit
  • How to avoid gridlock, meltdown and other pitfalls
  • How to handle special scenarios
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from business process models
  • Steps: developing the process model
  • Completion checklist for business process models
Register Session!

Session 4. Creating a Business Vocabulary and Harvesting the Business Rules

Next Session: March 20, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • Concept analysis: How to figure out what terms really mean
  • Guidelines for definitions — do’s and don’ts
  • The concept model: Developing a structured business vocabulary
  • Visualization
  • What to avoid
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from the concept model
  • Steps: developing the concept model
  • Completion checklist for the concept model
Register Session!

Session 5. Completing the Business Model: Business Milestones, More Business Rules, Metrics and Rule Management

Next Session: March 21, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Developing business milestones: State transition from the business perspective
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules from business milestone models
  • Steps: developing the business milestones
  • Completion checklist for business milestones
  • Specific pattern questions for harvesting business rules for locations, links, roles and work products
  • Developing violation responses for behavioral rules
  • Completing the business model
  • Metrics, policy performance and performance indicators
Register Session!

Session 6. Creating Business Requirements from the Business Model

Next Session: March 21, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm(ET)

  • Using the business model to develop the system model
  • Steps: developing the system model
  • What the system design must support: ability statements
  • Developing ability statements
  • Business rule management
  • Business alignment – proven results
Register Session!

Continue Reading

AttainingEdge: Business Rule Analysis: Practitioner MasterClass Series

Location: Online Seminar Overview Do your business processes always produce correct and consistent results? If not the problem probably lies with your business rules and decision logic. Business Analysts need the right techniques to fix these problems – process models, use cases, data models and other requirement techniques just aren’t right for the job. This hands-on series will equip you with proven techniques for success. More info: http://www.attainingedge.com/online-training-business-rule-analysis-masterclass.php Register for full series!

Session 1. The why, what and who of business rules

Next Session: January 29, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Why business rules
  • What benefits you can achieve
  • What business rules are, and are not
  • Business rules vs. business processes
  • Kinds of business rules: definitional vs. behavioral
  • How the business should react to violations
  • Business rules and decisions
  • What skills you need to capture business rules effectively
  • What you need to know
Register Session!

Session 2. Eight steps to find and capture business rules

Next Session: January 29, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Capturing business rules from people’s heads
  • Capturing business rules from great big documents
  • Using facilitated sessions
  • Step-by-step approach
  • What about reverse-engineering business rules from code
  • Do’s and don’ts
Register Session!

Session 3. Eight steps to express clear business rules

Next Session: January 30, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • Business policies vs. practicable guidance vs. automated rules
  • The role of business vocabulary
  • Step-by-step approach
  • Clarity and completeness
  • Eliminating ambiguity
  • Addressing exceptions
  • Guidelines
  • What to avoid and why
Register Session!

Session 4. How to analyze and communicate business rules

Next Session: January 30, 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Basic principles for rule analysis
  • Rule quality
  • Handling conflicts
  • Developing business reactions to violations
  • Simplification – When, why and for whom
  • How to validate business rules with business people and SMEs
  • Verification – Examples
Register Session!

Session 5. Eight steps to set-up decision tables

Next Session: January 31, 2013 @ 10:30am – 12:00noon (ET)

  • When to use decision tables
  • How to set up decision tables
  • Decision tables and business process models
  • What your decision tables should not do
  • Decision tables and business vocabulary
  • Best practices
  • Alternative formats
  • Completeness, subsumption and conflicts
Register Session!

Session 6. Ten steps to start or refine your business rules projects

Next Session: January 31 2013 @ 3:30pm – 5:00pm (ET)

  • Business rules and requirements
  • Properties of business rules
  • Traceability of business rules
  • Retaining corporate memory
  • Managing the life cycle of business rules
  • Business rule management – examples
  • Business rules and rule engines – implementation examples
  • How to get started
Register Session!

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