10:25 am – 11:25 am | Presentation | Room: Oceana 8-10
Designing for the Knowledge Lifecycle
Whenever Knowledge is implemented in an IT system, care must be taken to allow the Knowledge Lifecycle needs to be taken into account in parallel to the IT lifecycle. Business and IT need to bridge the gap when it comes to knowledge management, starting with a clearly defined vocabulary, expected outcomes with traceability that are designed to support business agility.
Where do you begin? Who takes the responsibility? What does that look like?
This session teaches the business user community best practices to effectively define, interact, and build concept models that clearly communicate with IT to build organizational value that derives operational benefits of traceability and maintainability in developed business rules and processes.
During this discussion, we will consider several scenarios to demonstrate implementing these best practices. The end goal is a working domain model that provides a concise and measurable solution that keeps the business organization involved and in the driver's seat throughout the entire lifecycle process with IT.
- Develop a lexicon that enables Business and IT to communicate effectively
- Promote visibility of the implementation to the Business Stakeholders to make Organizational Knowledge a first class priority.
- Guide Business and IT organizations in separating rules from processes to support Rule Independence
Ben-Johan van der Walt
Ben-Johan has more than 20 years experience as a Solutions Architect. He has strong analytical thinking skills with experience in leading other people in achieving business objectives. His primary focus is on software design, development and systems analysis, as well as software configuration management for multi-tiered systems on premise and cloud. Lately, he is focusing on solving complex knowledge management challenges and developing business processes and rules using leading technologies from Red Hat. As architect on many of Vizuri's Rule engagements, he lead projects on both the technical and analytical side to successfully bridge the gap between business and IT.
Ben-Johan's 2017 Presentations:
- Designing for the Knowledge Lifecycle
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 (10:25 am – 11:25 am)