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It is commonly believed that the computer-based systems most organizations rely on to support their businesses are not very smart. Many of the business decisions these companies make tend to be hidden in systems that make poor decisions, or don’t make them at all. Further, most systems aren’t configured too learn from the past, and therefore struggle to keep up with the pace of change.
Although many organizations believe the answer is to implement newer, “intelligent” systems, the fact is that much of today’s existing technology has the potential to be “smart enough” to make a big difference to an organization’s business. This book describes how various technologies can be combined to make this happen.
James and Neil show how current business trends are forcing organizations to build smarter systems, and how these systems can help companies thrive. By focusing on decisions as distinct opportunities for improvement, the book provides a unique perspective on how using established technologies in a new way can solve problems and create competitive advantage. The book is full of insightful examples of problems solved by applying Enterprise Decision Management across various industries and outlines a practical and incremental method for implementing the technology.
All readers will learn:
· How key business trends impact the decision-making process
· Why organizations need systems smart enough to cope with these trends
· How decision automation can make their systems smart enough
· How to translate decisions into a corporate asset and competitive advantage
· The ROI and business impact of better decisions and smarter systems
· The core concepts and technologies needed and how they work together
· A step-by-step approach to introduce this approach and analysis of the ROI generated at every stage
· How this approach impacts and enhances modern IT architecture
Although the business context and underlying principles are explained in a nontechnical manner, the book also contains how-to guidance for more technical readers.
Foreword by Barbara von Halle
About the Authors
The “Smart (Enough) Systems” Manifesto
Chapter 1 The Need for Smart (Enough) Systems
Chapter 2 Enterprise Decision Management
Chapter 3 Why Aren’t My Systems Smart Enough Already?
Chapter 4 Core Concepts
Chapter 5 Data and Analytics
Chapter 6 Business Rules
Chapter 7 Adaptive Control
Chapter 8 Readiness Assessment
Chapter 9 Getting There from Here
Chapter 10 EDM and the IT Department
Chapter 11 Closing Thoughts
Appendix Decision Yield as a Way to Measure ROI
About the Author:
Mary Ann Hogan,RN,MSN has been a nurse educator for more than 20 years, currently as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.She has taught in diploma, associate degree, and baccalaureate nursing programs.A former item writer for the CAT NCLEX-RN(R), she has been teaching NCLEX(R) review programs for the past 14 years, with a particular interest in working with students who have English-as-a-second-language to prepare for exams. She has contributed to a number of publications in the area of NCLEX(R) review, adult health and fundamentals of nursing. Ms. Hogan is a member of the American Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau International.
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