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We are very happy to announce an exclusive event we are offering in collaboration with Digicomp Academy AG:

On the morning of March 15th, 2018, the authors of the Business Agility ManifestoJohn ZachmanRon Ross and Roger Burlton – are coming to Zurich to introduce their latest thinking on business agility. Join these renowned experts for a half-day session to hear their insights developed over decades advising some of the world’s largest organizations and for a chance to ask them questions directly. You will also be able to conduct a high-level assessment of your own organization’s current state and understand what is needed to progress towards true business agility. Please also see the short video about the event!

Furthermore, this morning event may be combined with the Cyber Risk Day 2018 organized by Digicomp Academy AG and taking place in the afternoon of the same day.

Register here today – seats are limited! Early Bird discount for registrations until Febuary 9,2018!

BPMN, business rules, and the free will

April 3rd, 2015 | Posted by st in Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) | Business Rules (BR) | KnowGravity | Model Driven Enterprise Engineering (MDEE) - (Comments Off on BPMN, business rules, and the free will)

In this months edition of the Business Rules Journal an article written by our Knowbody Markus Schacher was published. The title of the article is”BPMN, Business Rules and the free will” and is featured in the April 2015 Edition, Volume 16, Issue 4 (ISSN: 1538-6325). Furthermore a related article will be published in the german journal “OBJEKTSpektrum” in the second half of this year.

Below you can read the introduction to the article by Markus Schacher:

In this article I claim that the OMG’s “Business Process Model and Notation” (BPMN) includes a well-known symbol that represents the free will. By relating process models to the free will, I will explain why there is often a big gap between designed business process models and how such processes are executed by humans in reality. In this context, I will also show how the free will and business process models relate to structural and operative business rules as defined by the OMG specification Semantics of “Business Vocabulary and Business Rules” (SBVR).

The full article is available on the BRCommunity Website.