Are you up to speed on business rules as an analysis and architectural technique? Do you know the latest techniques for business-oriented analysis of operational business decisions? Do you know how to use those techniques to simplify your business process models by an order of magnitude or more?
This tutorial takes an in-depth look at these and related areas. Business rules aren’t what many people think. They are first and foremost about running the business, not designing systems. (But they are essential for that too.) You’ll be pleasantly surprised by the pervasive impact they can have on your professional skillset and business insight. Let business rule development default to developers and you’ll never get it right.
Success with business rules requires pragmatic approaches, appropriate skills, and clear vision. Whether you are new to the area or already experienced and looking for fresh ideas, this tutorial fits the bill. Come prepared with the questions you want answered!
How to put the business back in charge
Business rules in strategy, business processes, and business requirements
Analyzing decisions: question charts and decision tables
Pinpoint, just-in-time delivery of core business know-how
All about smart business
Ronald G. Ross
Ronald G. Ross is Principal and Co-Founder of Business Rule Solutions, LLC(BRS), where he actively develops and applies the BABusinessSpeak™ methodology including RuleSpeak®, DecisionSpeak™, and ConceptSpeak™. Ron consults to companies worldwide through BRS.
Ron is recognized internationally as the "father of business rules." He is the author of ten professional books including the groundbreaking first book on business rules The Business Rule Book in 1994. His newest are:
· Building Business Solutions: Business Analysis with Business Rules(2nd edition) with Gladys S.W. Lam (2015, An IIBA® Sponsored Handbook).
· Business Rule Concepts: Getting to the Point of Knowledge(4th edition, 2013).
Ron serves as Executive Editor of BRCommunity.comand its flagship publication, Business Rules Journal. He is a sought-after speaker at conferences world-wide. More than 50,000 people have heard him speak; many more have attended his seminars and read his books.
Ron has served as Chair of the annual International Business Rules & Decisions Forumconference since 1997, now part of the Building Business Capability (BBC) conference. He was a charter member of the Business Rules Group (BRG)in the 1980s, and an editor of its Business Motivation Model (BMM) standard and the Business Rules Manifesto. He is active in OMG standards development, with core involvement in SBVR. He was also a contributor to the IIBA’s BABOK v3.
Ron holds a BA from Rice University and an MS in information science from Illinois Institute of Technology.
For more information about Mr. Ross, visit www.RonRoss.info, which hosts his blog.