The business case for business rules Training

Duration: 
1 days
Codes: 
WA2177

Overview

This is a one day class aimed at decision makers that presents the business case for business rules.

Audience

This class caters to decision makers responsible for IT strategic planning and enterprise architecture. This includes LOB managers, CIOs, enterprise architects, product managers, and IT managers.

1 Day

Skills Gained

  • An introduction to business rules and the business rules approach
  • A Business Rule Management System (BRMS) in action.
  • When business rules: business and technical drivers for business rules
  • How business rules: an overview of Agile Business Rule Development (processes, roles, skills, and deliverables)
  • Rule governance
  • A reuse capability maturity framework

At the end of this class, the attendee will:

  • Understand what business rules are, and what “the business rules approach”, in general, and Agile Business Rule Development stand for
  • Understand the major functionalities and features of a business rule management system (BRMS) and its role/place in decision management in general
  • Understand the typical architecture of a business rule application
  • Understand the business and technical drivers for decision management in general, and business rule management in particular
  • Understand the success factors for the adoption of the business rules approach
  • Be able to assess whether such an approach is appropriate for her/his particular business / application.

Course Outline

  • An introduction to business rules and the business rules approach
  • A Business Rule Management System (BRMS) in action.
  • When business rules: business and technical drivers for business rules
  • How business rules: an overview of Agile Business Rule Development (processes, roles, skills, and deliverables)
  • Rule governance
  • A reuse capability maturity framework

At the end of this class, the attendee will:

  • Understand what business rules are, and what “the business rules approach”, in general, and Agile Business Rule Development stand for
  • Understand the major functionalities and features of a business rule management system (BRMS) and its role/place in decision management in general
  • Understand the typical architecture of a business rule application
  • Understand the business and technical drivers for decision management in general, and business rule management in particular
  • Understand the success factors for the adoption of the business rules approach
  • Be able to assess whether such an approach is appropriate for her/his particular business / application.

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