Did you know an average human makes around 35.000 decisions each day? As humans, we make these decisions based on the information we have at hand when the decision occurs. Based on the decisions we make, we can achieve certain results.
Knowing that companies are made up of people, it’s no surprise; it’s quite similar for them. Every organization makes tons of decisions in its processes each day, so this decision-making should be optimized and automated. It can, however, be quite challenging to manage, structure, automate, and visualize decisions in a business environment correctly.
In this course, you’ll learn how to build comprehensible and readable decision models with DMN, the industry standard to model decision logic.
Decisions Requirements Modeling
Decision Logic Modeling
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Why follow this course?
With an increasing demand for business process automation, the need for the automation of routine business decisions also grows. To improve and speed up processes, decisions have to be improved and automated. If you are managing processes, you should also consider managing decisions.
The rise of new data science techniques and applications for data-driven decision-making is gaining increasing attention. The modeling and automation of the numerous small decisions the business have to take every day remains important. Decision modeling enables this decision transformation in the digital world.
Jan Vanthienen offers long expertise in decision modeling, business rules, and validation and verification in the context of business process modeling, business analysis and beyond.
About the teacher
Professor - DMN Expert - Decision Science Expert
Prof. Jan Vanthienen is a full professor at KU Leuven (Belgium). Jan has built extensive expertise in the areas of knowledge-based systems, decision modeling, and analytics, and is actively involved as initiator and task force member in the Decision Modeling & Notation standard (DMN) at OMG.