Category Archives: Decision Modeling

Decision Management: What It Is and Why You Need It

Today Roy Schulte from Gartner ran the webinar “Decision Management: What It Is and Why You Need It” describing the state of the art in decision management and offering guidance on how to get started. Here are a few slides:

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Spreadsheets in Decision Management

On March 14 Carole-Ann Berlioz from Sparkling Logic will run the webinar  “Spreadsheets in Decision Management“: “In some cases, spreadsheets are translated into business rules, in others, they remain the format of choice for maintenance, while systems must learn how … Continue reading

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Is Your Insurance Business Missing a Critical Decision Window When it Comes to AI?

Yesterday Craig Bedell from IBM’s Global Insurance Industry Leadership Team wrote: “I believe most insurance companies have hit a critical point in time with regards to their investments in analytics, innovation and even AI, where business leaders are measuring more … Continue reading

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Rolando Hernandez: Spaghetti Rules vs. Business Rules

“How do you explain Decision Management and Business Rules Management to a CEO, why it matters to them, and why they should hire you? In 60 seconds? Here is how I do it. First, I have 30 seconds to explain Business … Continue reading

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Decision Simulation

“Decision services can have unintended results that may or may not be consistent with the original intent of the business. The best way to gauge the impact of a new model once it goes into production is to first run … Continue reading

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Challenge Jan-2019 “Identify Unfriendly Robots”

Our Jan-2019 Challenge asks you to help a cyber police to specify rules that identify if a robot is friendly or unfriendly. The rules can be expressed in terms of any features you can see in robots, such as the shape … Continue reading

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How to Drive a Successful Decision Automation Project

Jerome Joubert from IBM published an article with this title listing three important factors which drive success with your decision automation project: Business-oriented methodology. Let your business experts take control by discovering business decisions and validating them with no need to write … Continue reading

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