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Decision Camp 2013: Introduction to Decision Management


I am going to be participating in Decision Camp 2013 in San Jose, November 4-6. I will participate in the newcomers track on the Monday, helping to introduce the basics of Decision Management and then I will help open the main day on the Tuesday. Monday’s session is 3-5pm:

The Decision Management Journey
Decision Management is both an approach and a technology stack. In this opening day workshop, Decision Management consultant and author James Taylor will introduce both. We’ll being with the discovery and modeling of suitable decisions, move into the construction of decision services and wrap up with the importance of decision analysis for continuous improvement. The critical technology capabilities – managing decision logic, embedding analytics, monitoring decision performance, and optimizing results – will all be introduced and presented in a coherent architecture for building Decision Management Systems. Different adoption paths and some best practices will conclude the session, putting you on a path to Decision Management success.

You can get more information on the Decision Camp agenda here and register here – it’s free for end user companies!


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