Q12: General BRManifesto Questions & Answers

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FAQ #12
Question: What purpose do the names of the ten Articles serve?

The name of an Article summarizes or clarifies the collective meaning or intent of the principles grouped underneath it. Note that the name of each Article follows a "this, not that" format, which intentionally serves to clarify what business rules are, and are not.

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[1] The Manifesto is free, only 2 pages long, translated into 15 languages. Have a quick look (or re-look!). No sign up required. Well worth your time.

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The Business Rules Group , "Q12: General BRManifesto Questions & Answers" Business Rules Journal Vol. 3, No. 12, (Dec. 2002)
URL: http://www.brcommunity.com/a2002/s025.html

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Originally a project within GUIDE International, the Business Rules Group [BRG] subsequently became an independent organization. BRG's membership comprises experienced practitioners in the field of systems and business analysis methodology. BRG's members are practitioners who work in both the public and the private sectors.

The BRG charter is to formulate statements and supporting standards about the nature and structure of business rules, the relationship of business rules with the way an enterprise is organized, and the relationship of business rules with systems' architectures.

BRG's standards work has been picked up and merged with OMG's.

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