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December 2008 Blog Posts (6)

Number of Countries on AA

Greetings:



We have nine "members" from outside the USA, but only eight total countries counting the USA. The count from outside the USA is as follows:



1 Aussie

1 Belgium

2 Germany

1 France (UK escapee)

1 Mexico

1 Sweden

2 UK



:-)



Regardless, this is almost as many different countries as we had at ORF 2008. Which is not surprising since most came from ORF 2008 mailing list. Now, what we need is some "new blood" from folks… Continue

Added by James Owen on December 17, 2008 at 2:41pm — No Comments

On Knowledge Management

This slideshow was presented at ORF2008

4_OnKnowledgeManagement_(for_ORF2008_by_BIZRULES).pdf


Related: http://agilityalliance.ning.com/forum/topics/blogs-about-orf2008.
Tags: km orf

Added by Rolando Hernandez on December 17, 2008 at 2:00am — No Comments

10 Rules for Governors and Investment Fund Managers

It's time to reprint a story I wrote when Wall Street imploded and went down the drain in September. These 10 rules are holding up pretty nicely three months later, thanks to Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich selling Barack Obama's Senate seat on e-bay, and prominent Wall Street Trader Bernard Madoff's alleged $50 billion fraud, the biggest Ponzi scheme in history.



10 Rules for Wall Street

What are the rules? Did people break the rules, bend the rules, or ignore the…
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Added by Rolando Hernandez on December 15, 2008 at 11:30pm — 5 Comments

Rulebase Expertise

Greetings:



AA is off to a screaming good start - congratulations to Rolando Hernandez for NOT following the lead of so many blogs by making it the sameo-sameo kind of blog but more of a all-things-to-all-people kind of blogosphere where everyone can be involved.



One thing bothered me about the blog and I'm hoping that Rolando can fix this one: When signing up you HAVE to assign yourself a level of expertise or the system assigns you as a Novice. While I would hope that I'm… Continue

Added by James Owen on December 15, 2008 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

Options as American industry faces a brain drain

Here are some deas on solving the knowledge-transfer problem:



" As the more than 76 million Baby Boomers approach retirement, an imminent talent shortage is affecting the workforce, and many U.S. companies will be challenged with a significant loss of experienced workers. This talent drain can be partially alleviated if companies entice older workers to remain in the workforce longer, according to Joan Strewler-Carter and Stephen Carter, co-founders of the Life Options Institute, an… Continue

Added by Agility Alliance Network on December 12, 2008 at 2:30pm — No Comments

What is the difference between a Business Rule and an IF-THEN Statement?

Business Rules derive inferences and arrive at conclusions by reasoning about facts or premises using either deduction or induction.



An if-then statement in a declarative rule-based programming language is a business rule. Business rules are designed to solve complex problems that require reasoning (thinking) and knowledge in order to make intelligent decisions. Business rules can explain their reasoning process in order to justify their conclusions, decisions, and recommendations.… Continue

Added by Rolando Hernandez on December 12, 2008 at 1:00am — No Comments

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