There is an emerging consensus that Decision Requirements Modeling is the best way to specify this decision-making. Decision Requirements Modeling is also central to a forthcoming standard, the Object Management Group’s Decision Model and Notation, which will give users access to a broad community and a vehicle for sharing expertise more widely. Decision Requirements Modeling enables organizations to:
- Scope, structure and manage business rules harvesting and implementation.
- Show the business value of a BRMS implementation in terms of the company’s KPIs.
- Reuse knowledge from project to project by creating an increasingly detailed and accurate view of decision-making.
- Identify the potential for analytics to improve rules-based decision-making.
Interested in decision modeling? Don’t forget our online training coming up the week of 11/18!