Webinar: Introduction to Business Decision Management, DMN and the Signavio Decision Manager (for EMEA)
Since the major releases of BPMN 1.2 in 2009 and 2.0 in 2011, process modeling has matured and BPMN is critical to nearly every process discovery practice. By now, most people familiar with BPMN have heard of decision modeling notation (DMN) for Business Decision Management (BDM); however, they might not know how to incorporate DMN into their process modeling practices. If your organization wishes to combine process modeling with decision modeling in BPMN/DMN, you will need to know the basics of decision modeling in DMN. In this webinar, we will describe the DMN basics and how it changes the old ways of process discovery in BPMN.
Using the Signavio Decision Manager, we will cover:
- Introduction to Business Decision Management
- The basics of operational decisions, including the important attributes
- The DMN pallet
- The logic modeling in decisions tables
- How to build decision models
- How to connect the models to processes
Register for the webinar and learn the basics of decision modeling using the Signavio Decision Manager. The basics also include a dictionary of terms that can be connected to the decision model. Learn how to identify decision within the process model, detail the decision tables and identify sub-decisions. In addition, learn how to build decisions that direct processes in an optimal way.
Information at a Glance:
Topic: Introduction to Business Decision Management, DMN and the Signavio Decision Manager
Date: Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Time: 2:30 p.m. CEST / 1:30 p.m. BST (suitable for EMEA)
Duration: 30 minutes
Presenter: Tinne Vanhoof (Sales Manager, Signavio)
Location: LIVE on the Internet
Registration: Register for free at: http://www.signavio.com/webinar-registration/
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