Ignite: Why Model Decisions?

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  • Join James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, to learn the advantages of a decision management approach to business rules implementations. James will demonstrate how defining decision requirements adds an entirely new dimension to requirements modeling making it:Easier to get the requirements rightEasier to draw the automation boundariesEasier to re-use, evolve and manage beyond the first business rules project.Decision Management is proven to improve the success of business rules implementations. If you are implementing or using a Business Rules Management Systems (BRMS), join us for this webinar to learn how to make your BRMS project easier, and for a chance to win a free decision requirements modeling session.
  • Decisions involve choices, selecting from alternatives and are critical to how we run our organizationsBetter decisions means making more effective, more profitable choices from those available – choices that improve what will happen in the future
  • Describe HOW you want to make this decisionFocus on the Business IntentTie that intent to your business objectives and KPIsDo this in a way that allows collaboration and supports change
  • Describe HOW you want to make this decisionFocus on the Business IntentTie that intent to your business objectives and KPIsDo this in a way that allows collaboration and supports change
  • Ignite: Why Model Decisions?

    1. 1. Why ModelDecisions?james@decisionmanagementsolutions.com
    2. 2. © Decision Management Solutions, 2013ChoicesSelectionsTakingaction
    3. 3. © Decision Management Solutions, 2013DecisionsMatter
    4. 4. © Decision Management Solutions, 2013ComplexityValueAutomatedDecisionsManualDecisions
    5. 5. © Decision Management Solutions, 2013ComplexityValueAutomatedDecisions
    6. 6. © Decision Management Solutions, 2013DecisionsHigh Change Components
    7. 7. Accept low-riskapplicantDecline high-riskapplicantProcess medium-riskapplicantAge<2121<=Age<50Age>50Previous Heart Attack,Existing CancerGood Medical RecordNew CustomerLong-standing Customer…1 or fewer Claims Multiple ClaimsNo Class I or II sportsClass II sportClass I sport© Decision Management Solutions, 2013Don’t confuse Processeswith Decisions
    8. 8. Process low-riskapplicantProcess high-riskapplicantProcess medium-riskapplicantLow riskMedium riskHigh riskDetermine applicanttype© Decision Management Solutions, 2013Separate Decisions=Simpler, More AgileProcesses
    9. 9. 8©2011 Decision Management SolutionsDecisions In CodeBad
    10. 10. Decisions In BusinessRulesGood 9©2011 Decision Management Solutions
    11. 11. © Decision Management Solutions, 2013
    12. 12. © Decision Management Solutions, 20131 - Identify Decisions
    13. 13. At what level should this claim be approved?AutopayFast TrackStandardRefer to SIUIs any additional information required toprocess this claim?YesNo© Decision Management Solutions, 20132 –Questions and Answers
    14. 14. © Decision Management Solutions, 20133 – InformationRequirements
    15. 15. © Decision Management Solutions, 20133 – InformationRequirements II
    16. 16. © Decision Management Solutions, 20133 – InformationRequirements II
    17. 17. © Decision Management Solutions, 20134 – Authority RequirementsGuidelines, PoliciesExpertise, BestPracticesRegulationsAnalytic Models
    18. 18. © Decision Management Solutions, 20134 – Authority RequirementsGuidelines, PoliciesExpertise, BestPracticesRegulationsAnalytic Models
    19. 19. © Decision Management Solutions, 20135 – Decompose
    20. 20. © Decision Management Solutions, 2013
    21. 21. Decisions FirstRules SecondJames Taylor, CEOjames@decisionmanagementsolutions.com

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