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New Post 7/9/2012 3:03 PM
User is offline David Wright
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Re: Business Policy vs Business Rule 

 Well, decomposition isn't verboten is Business Analysis, it's just that some people don't use it for everything. Somethings don't decompose....

But ignoring that for the moment, changes in rules require a re-decomposition? Let's assume some of the pieces from first decomp have been implemented is some way: manual procedure, auitomated system.... you have to re-define what eveything is? can't decoupled/cohesive pieces be updated to address the changes? It just seems you would have massive procedure and system changes if you really decomposed again.


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New Post 8/3/2012 4:43 AM
User is offline Ross Taylor
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Business rules and policy related 

 A "Policy" is declaration of reason or recommendations . In pc gadgets we announce a explanation that a policy is a "course of activity chosen from choices in light of given conditions". A "business policy" then, is a kind of company instruction that conveys research  the plan of activity that the company wants to have happen within a set of company circumstances. A "rule" is the work out of power and management. By expansion, a company guideline is the direct work out of company management under the government design of the company.

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