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Cross-posted from my blog JTonEDMI saw this white paper by IBM on Legacy Modernization with business rules and thought I should quickly re-summarize my point of view on this and link to my various posts on the topic. The white... Read More..
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Scott Cleveland had an interesting post this week on the single greatest benefit of BPM that included the information that 17% thought it was "Change business rules and processes without impacting underlying applications". This focus on agility is not, perhaps,... Read More..
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I got another comment on an old article of mine that is linked to a popular programming site - Don't soft-code, use business rules. This remains my most commented post and the new comment basically repeats some of the arguments... Read More..
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I am participating in the ebizQ BPM in Action series this month.  I am speaking on Advanced Decisioning for Process Excellence at 1pm on June 23. Straight-through processing, advanced analytics, dynamic processes, business user control and business alignment -- all... Read More..
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Sapphire, SAP's big show, is on this week and I have been following the twitter stream (I was invited but couldn't make it). Merv Adrian (@merv) had a sequence of posts about some SAP customers (Shell and Unilever) that really... Read More..
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Johan den Haan had a great post on Business Agility through Model Driven Development in which he had 3 things important to driving business agility:Provide short feedback cycles. ...From the start you need iterations, a lot of them. ...finally learn... Read More..
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My old buddy Jim Sinur is presenting on one of his favorite topics - why rules are important business rules in BPM. Rules are moving, he says, inside-out in process. As processes become less structured and more fluid, the rules... Read More..
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John Reynolds had an interesting post a little while back where he shared some thoughts on Perfect development tools. His emphasis was on support for things like iterative and test-driven development but it seems to me that there is also... Read More..
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Phil Murphey, over at Forrester, had a post on  Apps Modernization - What are Your Top Priorities in 2010/11? that reminded me I wanted to write about modernization a little before the year got too far advanced. As Phil... Read More..
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This week I am discussing the characteristics of a decision-centric platform. Finally the platform must allow effective collaboration between all the various groups involved in decision making. The IT department that runs the operational systems, the business people who make... Read More..
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James Taylor blogs about decision-management technologies such as predictive analytics and business rules, discussing how they deliver agility, improve business processes and bring intelligent automation to SOA.

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James Taylor blogs on decision management for ebizQ, and is an independent consultant on decision management, predictive analytics, business rules, and related topics.

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