Four principles of decision management systems

Businesses adopting decision management systems can gain good results, and the result is business agility to avoid risks and maximise the value of opportunity. The ability of decision management systems to adapt to change and to be part of a learning environment has allowed organisations to experiment with new approaches, learn from their successes and failures, and continuously improve their business. This guide from IBM outlines four principles of a decision management system, including: - Being predictive, not reactive - Transparency and agility
Provided by: IBM Topic: Software Date Added: Feb 2012 Format: PDF

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