Bitesize business rules

What is more important, or what comes first – business rules or implementation?

If you tell someone that you have to implement S1000D into your project or organization, one of the very first pieces of advice you will get will be: “Don’t forget to define business rules! They are one of the most important, if not the most important, steps while implementing the S1000D.” I thought so myself… Read more What is more important, or what comes first – business rules or implementation?

What is the new brdoc Schema in the S1000D® Issue 4.2 is good for?

In this post, our Business Rules trainer Victoria Ichizli-Bartels will point out for what types of business rules documentation you can use the new brdoc data module Schema defined in the S1000D® Issue 4.2. In the previous post titled “Bitesize Business Rules: read-me chapters for Business Rules concept in S1000D® issue 4.2”, I highlighted what to read… Read more What is the new brdoc Schema in the S1000D® Issue 4.2 is good for?

Bitesize Business Rules: read-me chapters for Business Rules concept in S1000D® issue 4.2

In this post, our Business Rules trainer Victoria Ichizli-Bartels will point out what you need to read first when developing and using business rules defined by the S1000D® in general and Issue 4.2 in particular. Here is how the S1000D® Issue 4.2 outlined the highlights of business rules in the e-mail announcing the Issue 4.2 release: Introduction… Read more Bitesize Business Rules: read-me chapters for Business Rules concept in S1000D® issue 4.2

Take care of small things and the big things will take care of themselves

In this post our Business Rules trainer Victoria Ichizli-Bartels will discuss why paying attention to details is important while defining business rules. In the previous articles of the Bitesize series on Business Rules, especially in the one on why you need to be in control of your busines rules we pointed out how important it is to have… Read more Take care of small things and the big things will take care of themselves