Archive for the ‘decision management’ Category

(part 2 of a stream of thoughts on what business decision architectures are required for enterprise decision management, how to align it with business goals, and how to provide the right information to support the decision architecture. This is all work in progress and there will most definitely be contradictions between posts as my thinking […]


Decisions are made at every level of the business and both within standard business processes and on an ad-hoc basis. Each option available a decision has an inherent risk and benefit to the organisation’s value/objectives/results. The risk or benefit is the outcome of the choice made whether the decision was right or wrong.


This was in response to a post on linkedin  regarding the usage of business intelligence. Traditional business intelligence on its own is nice. It lets you know what you have done as a business, and a little bit on where you could be doing in the future. I 100% agree with the other posters about […]