Business Rules: March 2009 Archives

Checking out some articles on the Business Rules Community I saw a great illustration of making processes simpler and more agile with decision management. In How Business Rules Define Business Processes (free registration required), Jan Vanthienen and Stijn Goedertier give... Read More..
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A post over on the Walker Information Blog - Reports that prompt action made me think about the number of useless reports I see. Their focus was on voice of the customer or other customer information reports but it made... Read More..
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There's a fabulous new white paper available on the main ebizQ site on Maximizing Your Business Rules Investment available written by yours truly. Hope you enjoy it. JT... Read More..
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Jim Sinur, over on the Gartner blog, has a post this week on Rule Guided Processes are the Way of the Future in which he saysThere are obvious benefits in making business policies/rules explicit and easily changed via accompanying quick-change... Read More..
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Dave McCoy had a nice little post about some upcoming research which caught my eye - Business Rule Representation: A Tradeoff of Complexity and Linguistic Power. I am intrigued by his comments and looking forward to the report but a... Read More..
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Paul Vincent, over on the Complex Event Processing (CEP) Blog had a post on CEP vs Decisions and Rules that referred to my post on how decisions and business rules relate. He makes some great points and does a nice... Read More..
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John Reynolds over on the Thoughtful Programmer had a great post a little while back - 19th Century BPMS. In it he saidI sometime find it useful to describe a BPMS in terms of things and people that you probably... 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.

James Taylor

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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