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Barb von Halle and Larry Goldberg had an interesting article titled Use Cases and Business Rules - can they work together over on Modern Analyst. In the article they discuss the role of the Decision Model and business rules in... Read More..
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The new book from Barb von Halle and Larry Goldberg, The Decision Model: A Business Logic Framework Linking Business and Technology, is now available. This book outlines an approach for capturing and managing the business rules you need to understand... Read More..
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Adrian Marchis had a nice article on Use Case Recycling by Extracting Business Rules. Now making sure decisions are identified explicitly in use cases avoids one of the seven deadly sins of decision management and is something I think is... Read More..
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Dick Lee had an interesting post titled We Know Where We're Going, But IT Can't Get Us There. He made a number of points of which three stood out: Business often fails to communicate effectively to IT Poor process definition... Read More..
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Third change in Application Development 2.0 iterate don't finish. One of the biggest problems in systems is an obsession with finishing. IT departments want to get systems off their lists, budget people want to know how complete things are and... Read More..
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Some time ago I wrote a post on Application Development 2.0 three key changes seem to me to be involved:Collaborate don't competeDeclare don't codeIterate don't finishLet's take the first one today and work on the other two later in the... Read More..
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I was going through some old posts the other day and thought that some of them deserved to see the light of day again. Here then are some of my favorite topics from the 2006-2007 archives. What if home owners... Read More..
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There are a number of advantages gained by expressing business logic in business rules and using the processing and management facilities included with a Business Rules Management System to work with them. In brief summary: The separation of decision logic... Read More..
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Carey Schwaber from Forrester published a nice little post this week - The "If Onlies" Of App Dev. The list included a couple that I really like:If only requirements were completeIf only software were easier to evolveMe I think these... Read More..
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I thought it would be fun to highlight my 20 most popular posts from the last couple of years so here goes: Keeping Predictive Analytics and BI on separate tracks If IT wants to alter outcomes, it needs to automate... 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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