This post explains how and when to use a decision tree to capture business rules, and how to create one. A "how to" video included.
Category: Modelling & Presenting
Business Architecture Modelling Basics
Learn more about these go-to models to start a business architecture engagement: capability model, context model, business model canvas, business use cases diagram.
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A Context Model in 5 Minutes
Context models are simple communication tools used to depict the context of a business, a system, or a process. The context is the environment in which the object of our interest exists. Context models capture how the central object interacts…
How To Create a Conceptual Data Model
A conceptual data model is a structured business view of the data required to support business processes, record business events, and track related performance measures. The main elements of the conceptual model Entity: is a person, organization, object, or concept…
Expanding the Use of a Use Case Diagram
The use case diagram is not dead. In fact, business people love it. It’s simple, clear and business-friendly. It has three self-explanatory elements – the boundary, the actors and the use cases. Without getting into specifics of relationships such as…
Modelling Best Practices: Conciseness
Best practices for creating concise business models and diagrams - focus on cimplicity and creating a shared understnading