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Comment on DMN and BPMN: Common Motivation, Different Outcome? by jamet123

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Hey Bruce
Interesting as always – prompted me to respond http://jtonedm.com/2017/03/02/4-motivations-for-using-decision-models-and-dmn/
I think there are some good use cases for executable decision models (as well as multiple ways to develop executable decision models) but I think you are undercalling the huge potential for non-executable models.As with BPMN I think many organizations will get a great ROI from DMN without executable models.

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