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March 2017
Advice Without Explanation Is Not Very Intelligent

August 2016
Do Business Rules Eliminate the Need for Processes?

April 2016
Business Rules in Scrum Projects
A Golden Marriage or a Divorce Battle?


February 2016
Getting a Green Light with Business Rules and Connected Things

July 2015
Being Agile with Rule-based Standard Software

December 2014
Zero, One, or More Testable Requirements

April 2014
What Is the Color of your World?

March 2014
Interview with Rob van Haarst, Author of the Recently-published Book "SBVR Made Easy"

October 2013
Patterns and the Capture of Business Rules

June 2012
Rules that Give You Too Much Freedom

November 2011
Use the Right Tool for your Job

July 2011
Learn from the Expert (Part 3): Get Organized in your Rule Thinking

May 2011
Learn from the Expert (Part 2) Textual rules: Out of fashion or a Classic?

March 2011
Learn from the Expert (Part 1) A Business Analyst must ask "Why?"

October 2010
Count your Rules!

July 2010
The Ten Most Common Mistakes Made By Corporate Adopters of Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS) And How to Avoid Them (Part 2)
Guest Column By Jan Purchase


May 2010
The Ten Most Common Mistakes Made By Corporate Adopters of Business Rule Management Systems (BRMS) And How to Avoid Them (Part 1)
Guest Column By Jan Purchase


January 2010
How to Deal with Exceptions in Software Support

December 2009
Exceptions are just 'some more rules'

September 2009
Rule Authoring Is a Creative Process

March 2009
What happened to the B and the M of BRM? ... and how the new notion of business rules documentation got introduced

October 2008
The Liberty of Rules

August 2008
The Inference Task

July 2008
Organizing a Set of Rules

June 2008
Procedural Logic in the Reasoning Process

May 2008
What about Methods in Rules?

April 2008
Different Kinds of Rules and How to Write Them Properly

March 2008
SBVR: Observations from Initial Experiences

January 2008
Rule History and Versioning (Part 3)

December 2007
Rule History and Versioning (Part 2)

November 2007
Rule History and Versioning (Part 1)

September 2007
Flexibility and Business Rules

March 2006
A World Without Rules

November 2005
The Semantic Web and the Business Rules Approach ~ Differences and Consequences

July 2005
The Semantic Web and the Business Rules Approach ~ Differences and Similarities

May 2005
Semantic Web

March 2005
End-user Programming

January 2005
Secret Rules

November 2004
Observations on Business Rules in Europe and the U.S.

 

 

 about . . .

 Drs. SILVIE SPREEUWENBERG


Silvie Spreeuwenberg has a background in artificial intelligence and is the co-founder and director of LibRT. With LibRT, she helps clients draft business rules in the most efficient and effective way possible. Her clients are characterized by a need for agility and excellence in executing their unique business strategy or policy. Silvie's experience has resulted in the development of tools and techniques to increase the quality of business rules. She writes, "We believe that one should focus on quality management of business rules to make full profit of the business rules approach." LibRT is located in the Netherlands; for more information visit www.silviespreeuwenberg.com & www.librt.com

 

 

 

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