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Date: Thursday, February 8th, 2018
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM (ET)
Duration: 30 minutes + Q&A
Featured Panelist: Brian Stucky, Managing Director, Business Decision Management at Allegiance Advisory Group
The Financial Services industry was one of the earliest adopters of Business Rules and Process Management across a variety of applications. Process-centric enterprises where business rules were prevalent found these techniques to be ideal for their day-to-day operations. While the platforms evolved, the Financial Services industry went through dramatic changes culminating in the crisis of 2008. Now Decision Management, both as a methodology and a technology, has been viewed as both a culprit and a necessity moving forward in a new era of financial regulation and scrutiny. Rapidly changing regulations, increased compliance, and a need for transparency necessitate speedy and accurate application across a multitude of systems. However, traditional methods produced systems that just aren’t agile enough to meet this need – and only for the select few companies that had the expertise and money to implement.
If you have any questions about decision modeling or DMN please submit them in the registration form and we will try to address them in the webinar.
Date: Thursday, March 8th, 2018
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM (ET)
Duration: 45 minutes + Q&A
Roger Burlton, President at Process Renewal Group, Author, Consultant, Speaker
Sasha Aganova, Managing Partner at Process Renewal Group
Every business leader desires to head up a business that can change course quickly; one that would rapidly realize the vision of being anticipatory, adaptable and versatile. Clearly, the main challenge is to develop all business capabilities to continuously adapt, keep products and services relevant and ways of working flexible. Business processes, requisite capabilities, shared data, supporting technologies, business decisions and rules, human competencies and culture, organization structure and roles, measurement and even the business model itself must work in concert. To achieve this harmony, the business must be designed with a true value delivery perspective from end to end, from customer back to customer, and across a whole value chain especially if it involves multiple departments and external partners which have to be in complete alignment. With the move to a digitalized planet, the challenge is more acute since services and data must now be connected in support of a full customer journey serving multiple personas, scenarios, channels and touch points. This session will introduce some key requirements to establish a truly agile business. Borrowing from the recently published ‘Business Agility Manifesto’, co-authored by the session leaders, it will describe what’s needed to thrive on uncertainty and to be able to reconfigure the business almost on demand.